What to Expect as a Pharmacy Resident at Shepherd Center
What do pharmacists do in residency?
Shepherd Center is deeply committed to the training of future pharmacists from a culturally competent framework and fostering an environment that is highly sensitive to and appreciative of all aspects of diversity. The culture at Shepherd Center is fueled by progress, inclusiveness, and human connection, uniting individuals from all walks of life. As a Shepherd fellow, you’ll be part of a supportive community dedicated to individual growth and success.
To get a clearer understanding of what pharmacists do in residency, explore some things that make Shepherd Center a special place to be a part of:
- Interdisciplinary collaboration and training from highly specialized staff.
- Exposure to lifelong learning, leadership, and professional development philosophies.
- A commitment to building a diverse and inclusive environment.
- A highly recommended employer based on Glassdoor and Indeed reviews.
- Over a decade of recognition for exceptional expertise and quality care as one of the nation’s top hospitals for rehabilitation by U.S. News.
To learn more, our residents share their top takeaways from the pharmacy program.
Growing the Heart of Shepherd
Expanding upon its nearly 50-year history as the world’s premier rehabilitation destination, Shepherd Center has launched its Pursuing Possible campaign to expand the footprint, facilities, and services available to our patients and families. The campaign will also help expand assistive technology and research programs, leveraging artificial intelligence and predictive analytics to improve clinical outcomes and aiding in the recruitment and growth of outside talent.
Former PGY1 Pharmacy Residents
Living in Atlanta
Shepherd Center sits five miles north of downtown Atlanta in the Buckhead community. With a population of approximately 5.9 million, the Atlanta metropolitan area manages to be urban while retaining southern charm and hospitality. The city offers numerous entertainment and cultural attractions, boasting many sports teams, museums, professional theater, a symphony, and ballet. Atlanta is also the location of at least three medical schools and 12 colleges and universities.