Pharmacy Residency

Our goal for you as an OSUMC resident is to teach you to independently function as a clinical pharmacist upon graduation. Our experienced preceptors are dedicated to your training and will facilitate your learning during your time as a resident.

Since the pharmacy residency program’s initiation in 2011, OSUMC has graduated 12 outstanding residents. Many of our residency graduates have gone on to complete PGY-2 specialty residencies in a variety of settings including ambulatory care, internal medicine, cardiology, critical care, and HIV. Others have stayed at OSUMC to work as clinical pharmacists, or have been successful at finding clinical pharmacy jobs.

Rotation Opportunities

¨ Internal Medicine

¨ Family Medicine

¨ Critical Care

¨ Emergency Medicine

¨ Research

¨ HIV Continuity Clinic

¨ Internal Medicine Clinic

¨ Infectious Disease

¨ Elective Options:

                 - Administration

                 - Nephrology

                 - Teaching

                 - Cardiology



Department of Pharmacy Vision

The Oklahoma State University Medical Center’s department of pharmacy is dedicated to providing high quality pharmacy services that result in optimal medication outcomes.  We are committed to meeting or exceeding the needs of our patients and customers by providing efficient, caring, professional and cost-effective services in an environment that encourages excellence, teamwork, innovation and continuous improvement.


Accreditation Status:                             ASHP Accredited


Residency Program Director,        John Bury, PharmD, BCPS, MBA

Director of Pharmacy, and                           744 West 9th Street                             

Program Contact:                                  Tulsa, OK 74127

Phone: (918) 599-5565

Fax: (918) 599-1741


Residency Information:

             Duration:                                    12 months

             Number of Residents:                2

             Application Deadline:                   January 5, 2018

             Start Date:                                  July 1


Special Requirements for Acceptance: Pharm.D., academic transcript, curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation, state of Oklahoma pharmacy license. Apply online with PhORCAS.

PGY Example Rotation Schedule