Pharmacy Residency Program - Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System
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Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System


Pharmacy Residency Program

The pharmacy residency program at the Gulf Coast Veterans Health System consists of 3 pharmacy practice PGY-1 positions (1 in Biloxi and 2 in Pensacola) and 1 psychiatry focused PGY-1 position (Biloxi). All programs are accredited by the American Society of Health System Pharmacists.

The Post Graduate Year One (PGY-1) pharmacy residency programs within the Gulf Coast Veterans Health System are based at the VA Medical Center in Biloxi, Mississippi and the Joint Ambulatory Care Center (JACC), a multi-specialty clinic, in Pensacola, Florida.  This program provides a broad foundation including acute care and ambulatory care experiences while still allowing for tailoring of the program for the resident based on their interests. Residents will have learning experiences in both medical centers as well as other facilities throughout the Gulf Coast VHCS if desired.

For more information on our PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency Program, please click on the link above. For more information about the GCVHS facilities that are the primary training facilities for pharmacy residents, click the links below.

Biloxi Campus


JACC Campus

Additional Pharmacy Residency Pages: 

PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency Program 

Prospective Residents

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