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Residency Program

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Tuba City AZ Residency

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Fort Defiance AZ Residency

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Phoenix AZ Residency

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Gallup NM Residency

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Whiteriver IHS, Arizona

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Phoenix Indian Medical Center Arizona

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Albuquerque Indian Health Center, New Mexico

The Indian Health Service residencies offer an excellent opportunity to learn in a progressive practice setting how to help improve the healthcare of Native Americans. Enjoy learning in a multidisciplinary and friendly team environment. The practice setting, cultural diversity, and recreational opportunities will make this your most rewarding pharmacy experience!

After reviewing the information on this website through the How to Apply and Frequently Asked Questions and the Pharmacy Practice Residencies, should you require additional information, please contact our Residency Information Specialist.

Quality Of Practice
  • Pharmacy managed clinics
  • Opportunities for use of clinical skills
  • Interdisciplinary collaboration
  • Quality relationships with patients and providers
  • Opportunities to positively influence patient care
  • Use of technology (Electronic Health Record, dispensing automation ) to provide quality pharmaceutical care
  • Diverse practice settings