About Us


Pharmacy Residency Program

The PGY1 Pharmacy residency program at Madigan Army Medical Center (MAMC) is a stimulating and challenging training program accredited by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists.  This program has two restricted positions available, a traditional resident that is for a military pharmacy officer and non-traditional resident that is offered only to a MAMC Department of Pharmacy full-time employed staff pharmacists.

The goal of our program is to develop competent, confident pharmacist practitioners who become integral members of interdisciplinary teams, sharing their clinical expertise, leadership, and teaching skills to improve the delivery of patient care, especially in a military healthcare environment.  


Residents will have opportunities to provide:

•    Direct patient care in ambulatory, acute and specialty care settings to a diverse patient population. 
•    Formulary management
•    Research and literature evaluations
•    Scholarly activities
•    Policy development and departmental planning
•    Educational support to other members of the healthcare team and precepting to pharmacy students 

The program leadership and teaching faculty strive to promote effective teamwork and excellence in all aspects of the learning environment.


The Department of Pharmacy

Madigan is the second largest Army medical center with an outpatient pharmacy filling up to 5,000 prescriptions a day. Our inpatient pharmacy is a 24-hour operation providing unit dose and IV admixture services in a modern, 797-compliant service center. Our decentralized pharmacists actively participate in interdisciplinary patient care services and medication management. We proudly serve a diverse patient population of service members, retirees and family members. Madigan is a Level II Trauma Center and we receive patients through our affiliation with the Tacoma Trauma Trust.

Contact Us


Madigan Army Medical Center
9040 Jackson Ave.
Tacoma, WA 98431


Tel:  (253) 968-2015
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