Pharmacy Practice Residency


Welcome to the Dignity Health Mercy Redding PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency Program!

Overview

PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency

Thank you for your interest in the Dignity Health Mercy Medical Center PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program. Our ASHP accredited program is located in Redding, California. Mercy Medical center is a 267-bed Level II Trauma, acute care hospital that, combined with 1 critical access hospital in Mount Shasta and a community hospital in Red Bluff, forms the Dignity Health North State region. We serve a culturally diverse patient population. Our medical center is community based and is a local center for cardiac procedures, regional cancer services, and contains a Level Ill NICU. We are affiliated with University of the Pacific, Simpson University, and the University of California - Davis and serve as a training site for pharmacy IPPE/ APPE student, nursing students, and a family medicine residency.

Highlights

Here are some of the featured highlights of our Pharmacy Practice Residency Program:

  • Acute Care Hospital
  • Community Based
  • ASHP Accredited since 2015
  • Northern California referral center
  • Beautiful surroundings- Mt. Shasta, Lassen Peak, Sacramento River with trail system, Whiskeytown and Shasta Lakes

Contact Our Program

Direct requests for more information should be addressed to:

Pam Cruzan RPh
Residency Program Director
Mercy Medical Center Redding
2175 Rosaline Ave
P.O. Box 496009
Redding, CA 96049-6009

Phone: 530-225-7045

Email: [email protected]

Curriculum

See our comprehensive learning experiences.

Education and Benefits

Our benefit package is competitive.

Preceptors

Meet our preceptors.

Pharmacy Residency Mission Statement

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Residents

Come meet our fine residents who have joined our pharmacy team.

Requirements and Applying

Information for applying to our program.

Mercy Medical Center Redding

Mercy Medical Center, a member of Dignity Health, began serving patients in 1944, when the Sisters of Mercy, Burlingame bought Saint Caroline’s Hospital.

The Redding Area

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