Pharmacy Residency Program

Established in 1996, Parkview’s PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency has a long history of training quality pharmacy residents for the next step in their career path. Residents finish their PGY1 residency year well-equipped to take on their next adventure, whether that be a PGY2 specialty pharmacy residency or a position as a pharmacist. The PGY1 residency at Parkview provides residents with the opportunity to train in a health system with over 700 inpatient beds across seven hospitals. The pharmacy department personnel are committed to education and patient care, providing residents with a year of continual, longitudinal development.

In 2019 Parkview expanded their long-standing tradition by adding a PGY2 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Residency, which is currently in Candidate status with ASHP. Growing ambulatory pharmacy services at Parkview Health allows for a diverse residency experience, tailored to meet the resident’s interest. Residents will leave the program well-prepared to start their career as a clinical pharmacy specialist in ambulatory care.


PGY1

Explore our PGY1 program's goals, purpose and benefits.

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PGY2

Explore our PGY2 program's goals, purpose and benefits. 

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Pharmacy Leadership and Staffing

Parkview Health is northeast Indiana’s largest employer now more than 11,000 co-workers strong, with a reputation for quality healthcare, exciting innovation and commitment to this region we call home. Parkview Health was awarded Magnet® recognition by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s (ANCC) Magnet Recognition Program®, which ensure that rigorous standards for nursing excellence are met. Of more than 6,300 hospitals in the United States, only 7% have achieved Magnet® recognition.

The Pharmacy Department in Allen County employs more than 70 pharmacists, including one Director of Corporate Pharmacy, one Allen County Director of Pharmacy, four pharmacy managers, 16 clinical specialists, 24 clinical generalists, a medication safety pharmacist, an informatics pharmacist and a pharmacy clinical coordinator.

Chris Jellison, BSPharm, MBA
Director of Corporate Pharmacy

Ed Strubel III, PharmD
Director of Pharmacy, Allen County

Tara Jellison, PharmaD, MBA, FASHP
Residency Program Director

Additionally, Manchester University College of Pharmacy has three faculty members who call Parkview their main practice site. The pharmacy team is actively involved in providing experiential training for Doctor of Pharmacy students from Purdue University, Butler University, Ohio Northern University, University of Toledo, Manchester University and many academic institutions.


Program Residents

Connect with current pharmacy residents to see if this is the right path for you and find out where our past residents are today.

Meet Our Residents