Welcome to the BayCare Pharmacy Residency Program

We are excited that you are interested in learning about our BayCare Pharmacy Residency Training Programs. Pharmacy Residency training at BayCare was established in 2001 at St. Joseph’s Hospital and has been rapidly expanding across the health-system ever since. Our health-system now offers Pharmacy Residency Training Programs at ten different hospitals located throughout the Tampa Bay and Central Florida regions. Currently, our BayCare Pharmacy Residency Programs graduate over 20 pharmacy residents each year from either PGY1 or PGY2 training programs. Overall, we strive to provide excellence in pharmacy residency training at all of our sites and therefore offer a wide variety of training opportunities that prepare our residents to excel at the next level of their career.

About The Tampa Bay Area

BayCare Health System covers the Tampa Bay Area, which comprises of several major cities in southwest Florida including Tampa, St. Petersburg, and Clearwater. The Tampa Bay area is highly regarded for its rich culture and recreational activities which includes top ranked beaches, parks, biking trails, quality art museums, performing arts halls, and sporting events as the area is home to three professional sports teams.

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Welcome our new Chief Executive Officer and president Stephanie Conners! Throughout her career, Stephanie has built a reputation as an inspiring leader committed to the highest health care standards. View Stephanie’s video to learn more about here. #BayCareProud

There were extra thanks for the families of these “little turkeys” born on Thanksgiving Day at St. Joseph's Hospital-North. Congratulations! Also, check out Teresa, neonatal nurse practitioner, dressed for Turkey Day in a hat and T-shirt and our special Thanksgiving card!

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Check your #HolidayShopping list twice for self-care! No matter how you overindulged the day before, start your Friday with a high-protein breakfast. Stay hydrated and fueled with bottled water and healthy snacks. And wear comfy shoes to walk off those extra helpings of pie.

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