WellSpan Medical Education

Application Procedure

Application Procedures for Pharmacies PGY1 Program


Application Procedure

(Deadline is January 6)

To be eligible, applicants must:

  • Possess a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an accredited school/college of pharmacy
  • Possess a license or be eligible for licensure by the Pennsylvania State Board of Pharmacy within 120 days from the start of the residency year
  • Participate in a virtual or an on-site interview at WellSpan Ephrata Community Hospital

When applying, please submit the following to PhorCAS (All applications must be complete on or before January 6th for consideration)

  • Applicant information (Contact and Personal information)
  • Educational information
  • Personal statement/Letter of intent
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Official transcript
  • Three references completing PhorCAS reference form. References will be from rotation preceptors and/or employers that have directly supervised the candidate.

All candidates are encouraged to visit the Pennsylvania State Board of Pharmacy's website

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