CAVHS Pharmacy Residency Program - Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System
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Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System


CAVHS Pharmacy Residency Program

Pharmacy Residency

The CAVHS Pharmacy Residency Program
is accredited by the
American Society of Health-System Pharmacists

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Aerial photo of John L. McClellan Memorial Veterans Hospital

The CAVHS Pharmacy Residency Program offers a well-rounded curriculum with experiences in both acute care and ambulatory care settings. As the referral center for VA Medical Centers in our region, CAVHS provides the opportunity to care for a variety of patients. The CAVHS residency program has enjoyed a rich history that dates back to 1974 and boasts the graduation of over 200 residents. Our graduates currently serve in various roles, including clinical positions at various facilities, clinical coordinators, and faculty positions at Colleges of Pharmacy.

                2020-2021 CAVHS PGY1 Residents

Residents on a bridge

L to R: Autumn Stice, University of Arkansas; Nicole Asonganyi, Texas Tech University, Rachel Briggler, University of Arkansas; Sarah Talley, University of Arkansas; Anne Cetto, University of Tennessee; Neil Shah, University of the Sciences in Philadelphia

          2020-2021 CAVHS PGY2 Residents
L to R: Meghan Breckling, PGY2 Ambulatory Care; Katie Stockton, PGY2 Geriatrics; Katie Muzzio, PGY2 Pain Managment and Palliative Care; Rose Zhang, PGY2 Pain Management and Palliative Care