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PGY1 Pharmacy Residency (Ambulatory Care) Greenville - Application Process

Program Specific Information

  • ASHP midyear booth: 8:00AM-11:00AM on Tuesday, December 5th. 2023, Booth #5267 
  • ASHP residency directory program code: 37314
  • National matching services (NMS) rank code:  299313

General Application Requirements

  • Doctor of pharmacy degree from an Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) accredited degree program.
  • An official copy of the pharmacy school academic transcript.
  • Three professional references using the Standardized Reference Template in PhORCAS.
  • A copy of the curriculum vitae (CV).
  • Letter of intent describing reasons for seeking this particular residency.
  • A  supplemental application form describing your research/publication experience.
    • Download the form here: Supplemental Application form 
    • Note that applications are not considered complete until the supplental application form is submitted. 
  • Participation in the ASHP Residency Matching Program (“The Match”). 
  • Licensed or eligible to apply for pharmacy license in South Carolina, preferably by July, 1st (out of state applicants see below).
  • Completed application submitted in PhORCAS on or before the deadline of January 3rd, 2024.

Out of State Applicants

The South Carolina Board of Pharmacy (SCBOP) may outline different requirements for pharmacy licensure than your home state. It is important that all out of state applicants visit the South Carolina Board of Pharmacy (SCBOP) website for more information on those requirements. As noted above, we prefer our residents to be licensed by July 1st, which benefits the resident.

  • Any questions about SC pharmacy licensure requirements should be addressed to the SCBOP. 
  • Any questions about the residency program's licensure policy can be directed to the residency program director. 

Selection Considerations

  • Professional competence based on the candidate’s performance in clinical experiences including but not limited to rotations, internships, and work experiences. 
  • Scholastic achievement based on the candidate’s academic transcript and review of the curriculum vitae for research, posters, presentations, and publications.
  • Leadership potential based on the nature and extent of the candidate’s participation in professional societies, community, or public services and social activities.
  • Presence of key skills required for success based on the candidate’s personal interview and information from the letters of reference; includes but is not limited to: 
    • Effective communication
    • Ability to work cooperatively with others
    • Dependability
    • Professionalism
  • Comprehension of the current standards of pharmacy practice.
  • Understanding of the challenge of professional pharmacy practice.

The Match 

This program does partcipate in the Residency Matching Program (RMP) offered through National Matching Services Inc. (NMS) and honors all match rules listed on the NMS website: ASHP Match | Rules & Eligibility ( Therefore, this residency agrees that no person at this residency will solicit, accept, or use any ranking-related information from any residency applicant. We respect and uphold this confidentiality agreement and maintain the privacy of all documents.