Compassionate, Quality Healthcare For All Stages of a Woman's Life

At Baptist Health, women have a place they can turn for compassionate, quality healthcare throughout all stages of their lives. We offer both inpatient and outpatient services that address nearly any medical need, across the continuum of a woman's life.

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Healing Broken Hearts for Our Patients and Their Families

Baptist Medical Center South recently received two American Heart Association top performance awards for quality of care under the association's Get With The Guidelines in hospital-based quality improvement programs and is a Blue Cross Center of Distinction.

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Overcome the Pains that Ail You

From carpal tunnel syndrome to the knee pain you’ve had since playing high school sports, Baptist Health offers a wide array of orthopaedic services to central Alabama to help you overcome the pains that ail you.

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Offering Patients Innovative & Quality Care for Neuroscience Patients

From carpal tunnel syndrome to the knee pain you’ve had since playing high school sports, Baptist Health offers a wide array of orthopaedic services to central Alabama to help you overcome the pains that ail you.

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Offering Patients Innovative & Quality Care for Neuroscience Patients

From carpal tunnel syndrome to the knee pain you’ve had since playing high school sports, Baptist Health offers a wide array of orthopaedic services to central Alabama to help you overcome the pains that ail you.

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Application and Contact Information

Residency Program Coordinator

Matthew Nolin, MS, PharmD

wmnolin@baptistfirst.org
Office: (334) 286-2331
Fax: (334) 286-3383



NMS Code: 218113


Application Requirements

The Baptist Medical Center South Pharmacy Practice Residency Program will be accepting two PGY1 residents for the 2015-2016 class. Applications are accepted through PHORCAS and are reviewed by the program’s Residency Advisory Council. The applicants chosen for an interview will be notified either by email and/or phone. Paper applications and those received by email will not be accepted or considered.

Applications must meet the following minimum criteria to be considered for an interview:

One must be a graduate from an accredited pharmacy school that is approved by the Alabama Board of Pharmacy prior to resident orientation.

One must be able to show academic achievements and interests that model the philosophy of this residency, included but not limited to: high academic standards, compatible practice interests, evidence of leadership and community involvement.

The applicant must submit the following:

  • Completed application utilizing PHORCAS
    • Current Curriculum vitae
    • Personal Statement/Letter of Intent
    • Official transcript from college or school of pharmacy
    • Three letters of recommendation (clinical references preferred)
    • Personal photograph of passport or identification quality
  • ASHP National Matching Service Number

Applications are accepted through PHORCAS and must be received on or prior to January 9, 2015. Visit: http://www.ashp.org/phorcas.

One must prove competence in both spoken and written English language.

We do not sponsor visas, therefore applicant must prove ability to get visa if needed.

The Residency Advisory Council will review applications once stated criteria are met. Candidates who meet the above criteria are not guaranteed an interview as time, space, and economic capacities are limited.