Pharmacy Residency Programs

Thank you for your interest in our ASHP-Accredited Pharmacy Residency Programs. Georgia Regents Medical Center Pharmacy residencies are offered in conjunction with the University of Georgia (UGA) College of Pharmacy. Residents are appointed as graduate teaching assistants for the College of Pharmacy and earn graduate school credit for components of the residency, including clinical pharmacy, teaching and research activities. The University of Georgia awards a graduate certificate for successful completion of the residency program. Applicants for the Georgia Regents Medical Center-University of Georgia College of Pharmacy residencies must be eligible for license as a pharmacist in Georgia at the start of the residency. 
More than three decades of Pharmacy Residency graduates are making a difference in a variety of practice settings. Our residents graduate as competent, confident and compassionate pharmacy practitioners who are active members of the health care team and positioned to be leaders in the profession. Georgia Regents Medical Center and University of Georgia College of Pharmacy preceptors consistently demonstrate commitment to the pharmacy profession and strive to help you develop and market career skills in the changing health care environment.

UGA College of Pharmacy Residency Programs

Pharmacy Group photo

Residency Class 2013-2014 (PGY1 and PGY2)
Sarah Evans, Courtney Terry, Jackie Bryant (PGY2 Critical Care),
Megan Hartranft (PGY2 Oncology)
Front Row:  Beth Ensley, Brenna Clark, Cady Ploessl (PGY2 Pediatrics)  


Residency Program Directors

Residency Program Directors:
Tad Gomez (Director of Residency Programs), Kalen Manasco (Pediatrics),
David DeRemer (Oncology)
(front row): Marjorie Shaw Phillips (PGY1), Christina DeRemer (PGY1 Residency Coordinator),
Trisha Branan (Critical Care)