List of Participating Programs
This List of Participating Programs shows the pharmacy residency programs that are participating in the ASHP Resident Matching Program (the "Match") for residency positions beginning in 2017. This List is updated regularly, whenever information about programs participating in the Match changes. Applicants are encouraged to consult this List for the most current information on program offerings and Code Numbers prior to finalizing their Rank Order Lists for the Match.
Programs are selected for display by program type. Within each program type, programs are listed alphabetically by state and city within state, and then alphabetically by organization name within city. Select the desired program type from the drop-down lists above, then click on the SUBMIT button to display the programs of that type that are participating in the Match.
For each residency program included in this List, a link is provided to display more detailed information from the ASHP Online Residency Directory for the program.
Program Code Numbers
Applicants participating in the Match must use the 6-digit program Code Numbers shown in this List to identify each program when submitting their Rank Order Lists. Please note that the 6-digit Code Number identifying each program in the Match is different from the 5-digit ASHP Code assigned to each residency by the ASHP for other purposes. The ASHP Online Residency Directory shows both the ASHP Code and the Match or NMS Code for each residency program; however, NMS Codes shown in the ASHP Directory are not guaranteed to be accurate, particularly for residencies that are offering more than one program or track in the Match. When submitting a Rank Order List for the Match, applicants should use the 6-digit program Code Numbers shown in the List of Participating Programs on this web site to identify each ranked program.
Only programs that are participating in the Match can be included on an applicant's Rank Order List. If an applicant wishes to rank a program that does not appear in this List, the applicant should contact the Program Director to determine if the program is participating in the Match, and to obtain the Code Number for the program to be used on the Rank Order List.
A brief description of each program is shown in this List to assist in identifying each program. Applicants must ensure they use the proper Code Number for each program included on a Rank Order List submitted for the Match. This is particularly relevant where a residency is offering more than one program or track in the Match. It is the applicant's responsibility to ensure that the applicant's Rank Order List submitted for the Match includes the correct Code Number for each program ranked by the applicant.
To obtain further information on any program in this List, or to clarify which Code Number to use for any program on an applicant's Rank Order List, the applicant should contact the residency's Program Director directly.