University of Missouri Health Care offers four pharmacy residency programs for pharmacy graduates — post-graduate year one (PGY1) Pharmacy at University Hospital or Women’s and Children’s Hospital, postgraduate year two (PGY2) internal medicine, and post-graduate year one (PGY1) Community-Based program.
These programs address skills such as critical thinking, self-management and independent decision-making to help participants achieve proficiency and confidence as practitioners in patient care environments. MU Health Care stresses the importance of patient-focused practice in collaboration with all health care professionals.
About MU Health Care
MU Health Care is an academic health system with a mission to save and improve lives. Caring for patients from each of Missouri’s 114 counties, our specialists treat the simplest and most complex medical conditions as they lead their fields, discover breakthroughs and train the next generation of health care professionals to do the same.
Committed to collaboration, research and innovation, MU Health Care has more than 6,000 physicians, nurses and health care professionals in over 80 specialties working together to give patients seamless care with the most advanced treatments and safest procedures. MU Health Care also serves as the regions Level 1 trauma, Level 1 STEMI and Level 1 stroke center. Serving more than 260,000 patients each year, MU Health Care facilities include Ellis Fischel Cancer Center, the Missouri Orthopaedic Institute, Missouri Psychiatric Center, University Hospital and Women’s and Children’s Hospital, as well as multiple quick care, urgent care, primary care, specialty and affiliate locations.