The purpose of this PGY1 residency program is to build upon the Doctor of Pharmacy
(PharmD) education and outcomes to develop community‐based pharmacist practitioners
with diverse patient care, leadership, and education skills who are eligible to pursue
advanced training opportunities, including board certification and other professional
OVERVIEW OF THE PROGRAM
The PGY1 Community-Based Pharmacy Residency Program is a combined program offered
by Florida A&M University and Community Health Northwest Florida (FAMU/CHNWF). The
program is designed for pharmacy graduates with a strong interest in community pharmacy,
primary care/ambulatory care, and academia. Residents of this program will have a
unique experience in caring for medically underserved populations or patients residing
in rural communities. The resident will learn how to take responsibility for the outcomes
of medication use by their patients through patient interviews, evaluation, assessment,
and monitoring. The resident will be trained in distributive services, business administration,
health and wellness interventions, immunizations, disease state education and monitoring,
medication therapy management services, point of care testing, documentation of services,
and billing. This will provide residents the confidence to practice in all areas of
community pharmacy while remaining patient-centered clinicians.
The FAMU/CHNWF Residency program is committed to training pharmacists by providing
a well-rounded, customized, immersive experience. Residents become culturally competent
and transformational leaders in providing collaborative medication management services
to improve care for diverse patients regardless of age, sexual orientation, race,
religion, and socio-economic status.
The FAMU/CHNWF Residency program strives to promote a customized experience for the
resident in a clinically diverse environment. We look to develop a culturally competent
leader in medication therapy management and develop and retain pharmacist-providers
who are compassionate, empathetic, and thoughtful residents and preceptors involved
in advanced clinical care, impactful research, and patient and professional advocacy.
Each learning experience may have multiple preceptors that work as a team to provide
patient care activities. The term primary preceptor designates the department team
member who provides primary preceptorship to the resident on any given learning experience.
The primary preceptor is responsible for the development and maintenance of goals,
objectives, and activities for the assigned areas of responsibility. The preceptor
will review the resident's learning activities at the beginning of the resident's
experience to designate the resident's specific interests and needs. The primary preceptor
is responsible for enforcing deadlines for project activities in accordance with the
Residency Program calendar. Click button below to learn more
Chanley Moye, PharmD, is a PGY-1 Community-Based Pharmacy Resident atFlorida A&M University and Community Health Northwest Florida. Dr. Moye received her
Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the Harrison School of Pharmacy at Auburn University
after completing her Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences from the University
of South Alabama. Her research interests include diabetes, hypertension, heart failure,
and medication therapy management.
Letter of Intent
PharmD Transcript(s) Florida A&M University participates in the Pharmacy Online Residency
Centralized Application Service (PhORCAS).This service allows applicants to submit one application and use it for multiple residency
Three letters of reference (minimum): Reference writers are asked to complete the
standard reference form within PhORCAS. Please do not have reference letters mailed to our program as they will not be considered.
All Interested candidates must be graduates of an ACPE accredited college or school
of pharmacy and must submit their applications prior to January 5th.