St. Luke's Hospital Pharmacy Residency Programs
Salary and Benefits
|PGY-1 Pharmacy Resident:
|PGY-2 Internal Medicine Specialty Resident:
Health, Dental and Vision Insurance
Residents are eligible for enrollment in St. Luke's Hospital group health insurance. Coverage starts immediately upon employment.
St. Luke's Hospital provides term life insurance at one times the annual salary at no cost to the resident. Coverage starts after the first 90 days of employment.
Up to seven days will be authorized for travel to meetings.
Earned Time Off (ETO)/Holidays
Fifteen days of earned time off (ETO) are provided. ETO must be used for any time that the resident is not at work, including holidays. The six annual holidays are as follows: "Major" holidays: New Year's Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas. The "Minor" holidays: Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day. The resident will be scheduled to work one "major" and one "minor" holiday.
Up to six days will be allowed to travel for job interviews. This absence must be approved by the program director and rotation preceptor.
Residents have privileges at St. Luke's Hospital medical library and St. Louis College of Pharmacy library. Office space, copying privileges, access to personal computers and the Internet are available. Free parking is provided to all residents.
Immediately upon acceptance of the match with St. Luke's Hospital, the resident must begin the process of licensure with Missouri State Board of Pharmacy. Residents already licensed in another state will usually obtain a temporary Missouri pharmacist license or may reciprocate licensure to Missouri. A Medication Therapy Services (MTS) classification is also required on the license.