Residency Listing

Concordia University Wisconsin School of Pharmacy
12800 North Lake Shore Drive
Mequon, WI 53097
Code: 45038
NMS Code: *230713,230721
Postgraduate Year One (PGY1)
Accreditation Status: Candidate
Residency Program Director: Andrew P Traynor, Pharm.D., BCPS
(262) 243-2782
Fax: (262) 243-2752
Director of Pharmacy: Dean Arneson, Pharm.D., Ph.D.
(262) 243-2753
Fax: (262) 243-2752
Program Contact: Emily Dineen
(262) 243-2767
Fax: (262) 243-2752
Residency Information:
Duration/Type: 12-24 mo. residency
Number of Positions: 2
Estimated Stipend: 45000
Interview Required: Yes
Residency Special Features:   *NMS Code 230713 - 12 month PGY1 pharmacy residency; NMS Code 230721 - 24 month CUW/MHSI PGY1 pharmacy residency. The CUWSOP PGY1 Program Pharmacy Residency program offers two residency options, a 24-Month Practice & Academic Leadership Emphasis and a 12-Month Urban Underserved Emphasis, both aimed at preparing pharmacists for generalist ambulatory practice in urban underserved areas and roles in teaching. Graduates of our program, regardless of option, will be prepared for success in a variety of ambulatory care practice positions as well as pharmacy practice faculty positions. More information can be found at
Fringe Benefits:   The resident receives health insurance or health insurance stipend, travel stipend, paid holidays and 20 vacation days/year.
Special Requirements for Acceptance:   Graduate of an accredited school of pharmacy, eligible for WI licensure. Application materials include a cover letter, CV, School of Pharmacy Transcript, and three reference letters. A Program Specific Application is required of anyone applying for the 24-month option (required supplemental documentation for PhORCAS) located at Upload and submit the completed form along with your application through PhORCAS.
Training Site Type: Ambulatory Care
Tax Status: Nonprofit
Number of Medical Centers: 2
Site Special Features:   While residents complete patient care activities at their specific practice sites, residents build collegiality through joint professional development sessions, teaching in the school of pharmacy, professional meeting attendance, and participation in a monthly citywide residency conference. All residents complete a research project and attend at least one national pharmacy conference during the residency year.