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PGY1 Community-Based Pharmacy Residency Program at Terry Reilly Health Services

Program Overview: Our PGY1 Community-Based Pharmacy Residency is an ASHP-accredited program conducted by Terry Reilly Health Services (TRHS) here in the heart of the Treasure Valley (Southwestern Idaho). Our program provides a unique patient-centric, interdisciplinary outpatient setting that not only incorporates elements of community pharmacy practice but also disease state management, transitions of care, and medication therapy management.

  • Starting Date: Last week of June
  • Duration/Type: 12 month/residency
  • Number Positions: 2 (one resident per site)
  • Interview Required: Yes

Program Purpose: To build upon the doctor of pharmacy education and outcomes to develop community-based pharmacist practitioners with diverse patient care, leadership, and education skills who are eligible to pursue advanced training opportunities, including postgraduate year two residencies and professional certifications.

Training Site Overview: TRHS is a nonprofit organization in Southwest Idaho that offers comprehensive healthcare services to individuals and families of all backgrounds and income levels, ensuring that high-quality care is accessible to all. The community-based PGY1 pharmacy residency is offered at 2 facilities within our network of TRHS clinics that will support one resident each. The home clinics are at the following sites:

  • Nampa 1st in Nampa, ID
  • Meridian Florence in Meridian, ID 
  • Orientation
  • Leadership Development
  • Learning and Teaching
  • Community Pharmacy
  • Community Pharmacy Management
  • Advanced Pharmacy Management
  • Disease Therapy Management
  • Opportunity to implement an elective rotation to meet your career goals

Program Requirements:

  • Must be a graduate of an ACPE accredited school of pharmacy
  • Must meet all the requirements to qualify for licensure in Idaho
  • Participation in the following pharmacy conferences (subject to change based on necessity):
      • ISHP Fall Conference
      • ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting
      • Mountain States Conference 
  • Monthly forum meetings with other area residents 
  • Precept pharmacy students 
  • Community pharmacy and ambulatory care training 
  • Competitive stipend 
  • Health, dental, and vision insurance 
  • Generous time-off for vacation 
  • Financial assistance for CE, professional conferences, and certifications
  • Opportunity to earn teaching certificate 
Application Process 
  • Submit the following documents through PhORCAS: 
      • CV 
      • Letter of Intent
      • Three professional letters of recommendation
      • Academic transcripts 
Application Deadline:

First week of January

Contact Information:

Robert Griffith, PharmD Residency Program Director Email:

For more information, visit the TRHS pharmacy residency website at:

Contact Us:
(208) 342-2581

P.O. Box 7625
Boise, ID 83707

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