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Virginia Garcia MHC-Pacific U PGY1 Community Pharmacy Residency

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Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center &

Pacific University School of Pharmacy 

Community Pharmacy Residency Program




2017-2018 Residency Class

(from left to right) Ambulatory Care/ Academic Fellow (Danielle Small), PGY1 Community Pharmacy 

Residents (Emily Gray, Susan Fedler) and PGY2 Ambulatory Care Resident (Sharon Wu)


General Program Overview


Residency Practice Sites 

The three main practice sites are within walking distance of each other in the Hillsboro Health Education District: 


Resident Information


Preceptor Information  


Application Process Now open in PhORCAS. Click here for more information.  Application Deadline is January 2th, 2018 

Applications will only be accepted via PhORCAS.  A complete application includes:

  • The standard PhORCAS required elements.
    • Personal statement  
    • Curriculum vitae 
    • Letters of Recommendation- Only the standardized PhORCAS reference form is required.  At least one reference writer should be able to speak to the applicant's patient care skills. Personalized letters of recommendation are not requested.   
  • Supplemental application essay document (total length of document for all three questions limited to 1 page


Qualifications of Candidates 

  • Pharm.D. or BS.Pharm. with equivalent experience
  • Graduate of an US ACPE-Accredited pharmacy program
  • Preference will be given to applicants that are fluent enough in Spanish to interview patients 
  • Must pass a criminal background check (OIG, SAM)
  • Candidates on a Visa must already be authorized to work in the US through July 2017


Interview and Selection of Candidates   

  • All applicants will be notified of interview selection by the end of January
  • Selection of the applicant shall be the responsibility of the Residency Selection Committee and will be approved by the VGMHC Director of Pharmacy and representatives from the Pacific University School of Pharmacy


Please visit our Pacific University School of Pharmacy website.   




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