Residency Listing

University of North Carolina Medical Center
101 Manning Drive
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
Code: 36100
NMS Code: 177513
Postgraduate Year One (PGY1)
Pharmacy
Accreditation Status: Accredited
 
Residency Program Director: Said M. Sultan, Pharm.D., BCCCP
(984) 974-1606
Email: Said.Sultan@unchealth.unc.edu
  
Director of Pharmacy: Scott W. Savage, Pharm.D., MS
(984) 974-6642
Fax: (984) 974-7163
Email: scott.savage@unchealth.unc.edu
  
Residency Information:
Duration/Type: 12 mo. residency
Number of Positions: 8
Application Deadline: 2019-01-01
Starting Date: 2019-06-17
Estimated Stipend: 47500
Interview Required: Yes
 
Residency Special Features:   This Residency program was established in 1967 and offers training in acute care, critical care, ambulatory care, pediatrics, oncology, drug information, and practice management. The program boasts over 50 rotation options in a variety of settings within these practice areas. The program runs alongside robust PGY2 programs, including PGY2 programs in Ambulatory Care, Cardiology, Critical Care, Health-system Medication Use Management, Hematology/Oncology, Infectious Diseases, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Solid Organ Transplant, and Health-Systems Pharmacy Administration.
 
Fringe Benefits:   20 PTO days, 3 interview days, and 3 paid holiday days per residency year
 
Special Requirements for Acceptance:   Acceptable professional education record, letters of reference, eligibility for North Carolina licensure. This residency participates in PhORCAS. In addition to the standard residency application, our website details additional requirements, including questions to answer and a standardized reference form.
 
Training Site Type: Hospital
Owner Affiliate: Government (State)
Model Type(s): Teaching, Tertiary
Tax Status: Nonprofit
Professional Staff: 158
Non-Professional Staff: 210
Total Beds: 803
Average Daily Census: 770
Site Special Features:   The department is committed to a practice model that directly involves pharmacists in patient care. Pharmaceutical care services are largely decentralized and are supported by a centralized distribution system using state-of-the-art technology.