Information on Pennsylvania pharmacist licensure eligibility can be found at PA Department of State Professional Licensing. Checklists with information about PA licensure are also below:
Applications will be accepted through January 3, 2023. Application materials should include the following:
An interview is also required (may be virtual or on-site). The residency generally commences before the end of June.
Candidates must submit their application electronically via ASHP PhORCAS and also participate in the ASHP residency matching program.
Please note, there are multiple PGY1 residency programs available within Allegheny General Hospital. A candidate that wishes to apply must submit separate applications to each individual program. The program listings in PhORCAS and the National Matching Service are:
After being accepted to this the PGY1/PGY2 Combined Health System Pharmacy Administration & Leadership residency program, the accepted candidate will apply for the Multidisciplinary MPH program at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health, via SOPHAS online application services. PCAT may substitute for the GRE requirement.
Visa Sponsorship: Due to timelines and competition within our residency applicant pool, we do not sponsor Visas.