Residency & Fellowship Programs

The Palm Beach Atlantic University (PBA) Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy (GSOP) offers postdoctoral residency and fellowship training programs that prepare you to become a servant-leader within the profession of pharmacy.

How to Apply


Our programs are designed to provide trainees with a solid foundation in patient-centered care in a variety of settings, while focusing on fostering personal and professional leadership. Our postgraduate program directors and preceptors are dedicated to nurturing resident knowledge, skills, and growth as pharmacy professionals. Also, we are one of the only postgraduate training programs that actively incorporates faith integration as a core trait.

The emphasis within our programs is placed on:

  • Critical thinking
  • Patient-centered care
  • Time management
  • Personal and professional development
  • Resiliency and wellbeing

Residents are provided a competitive salary and are eligible for health, vision, and dental insurance. Travel funds are provided to offset expenses incurred at an applicable pharmacy meeting.


Teaching & Learning Program

All of our residents and fellows have the option to complete a teaching and learning certification that takes place within the School of Pharmacy. Residents and fellows are given an academic appointment as an instructor of pharmacy practice, participating in the following longitudinal activities: topic discussions, large classroom teaching, small group facilitation, active learning and co-precepting.

Interested in Applying?

Contact the program director using the following information:

Erin Dorval, Pharm.D. |

Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice

Keri (DePatis) Mack, Pharm.D., BCACP, RYT 200 |

Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice


Erenie Guirguis, PharmD, BCPS |

Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice

“Post-graduate training is the time to dig deep and intensely push yourself to learn and grow into the best clinician you can be. PBA’s PGY1 Community-based Pharmacy Residency incorporates the best of community pharmacy and ambulatory care to provide the complete package in the outpatient experience. Similarly, the Enhanced Community Pharmacy Services Fellowship encourages out-of-the-box thinking to look at community pharmacy in new ways, allowing pharmacists in this setting to practice at the top of their license in ways you may not have the opportunity to see in your pharmacy school curriculum. Most importantly, post-grad at PBA gave me a pharmacy family I can call on for life, and both of these experiences have more than adequately prepared me for my current role as a community pharmacy owner and managing network facilitator of CPESN Mississippi.”
Amy Catherine Love Baggett
Pharm.D., Former PGY1 Community Pharmacy Resident & Enhanced Community Pharmacy Services Fellow


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