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Pharmacy Residencies

Click on the links below for more information about either of these residency positions.

PGY-1 - Community Based Residency

The PGY1 Rural Community Residency is ASHP accredited and was established in June 2013 with the first pharmacy residency graduate in 2014.  The community-based program at Idaho State University is designed to intentionally develop graduates with the skills necessary to independently (1) create novel clinical services; (2) evaluate sustainability of non-dispensing services in community pharmacy; (3) advocate for the profession through individual leadership and service; and (4) practice as advanced clinicians. Graduates from this program are qualified to pursue PGY-2 training in Ambulatory Care and enter clinical practice in outpatient care settings.

PGY-1 Community Pharmacy Residency

Debbie Marchetti, PharmD
(208) 282-3396  |  marcdebr@isu.edu

PGY-1 & PGY-2 - Pharmacotherapy Residency

The Idaho State University Pharmacotherapy Residency is a two-year program jointly funded by the Departments of Pharmacy Practice and Family Medicine that provides clinical pharmacy services in both the inpatient and outpatient care settings. Pharmacotherapy residents participate in multidisciplinary rounds on the inpatient medicine service and work hand-in-hand with medical residents to provide therapeutic recommendations and improve patient outcomes. This residency is accredited with the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists.  It's purpose is to prepare board-certified pharmacotherapy specialists with the skills needed to deliver comprehensive care in outpatient primary care and inpatient general medicine settings and effectively teach professional students and post-graduate trainees.

Pharmacotherapy Residency

Jordan Ferro, PharmD, BCPS
(208) 282-1233  |  jordanferro@isu.edu 

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