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Athens is home to the University of Georgia and is the main campus of the University of Georgia College of Pharmacy. The college offers the Doctor of Pharmacy professional degree, a Bachelors of Science degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences and graduate studies in disciplines associated with pharmacotherapeutic research, clinical work and administration. Along with the academics, students are able to experience a true college town in the “Classic City of the South” with rich tradition and a culture unlike any other. Students in Athens have access to all of the resources on UGA’s campus. There are several hiking and biking trails along the Oconee River, the State Botanical Garden and tons of unique dining and shopping option as well as live music and entertainment scene.
The University of Georgia College of Pharmacy
R.C. Wilson Pharmacy Building
250 W. Green Street
Athens, GA 30602-2351
Our Augusta satellite is located on the ground of Augusta University, offering more than 40 academic programs in medicine, nursing, dentistry and allied health sciences. The Augusta University Medical Center includes a 478-bed hospital, a 154-bed children’s medical center and allied health programs. The Augusta distant campus also partners with other Augusta area hospitals, including University Hospital, VA Hospital, Doctors Hospital and St. Joseph Hospital.
Augusta is second largest city in Georgia and has the entertainment, outdoor activities and dining options to show for it. Students are able to jog or walk along Augusta’s canal and “Greeneway,” attend professional and community theatre and live music performances and take in a meal and some fun at “First Friday” every month downtown. Students often get together for “trivia nights” and potluck dinners as well as attend Augusta Greenjackets minor league baseball team games in the spring and summer.
Clinical and Administrative Pharmacy programs offered in Augusta include:
CET Graduate Program:
The Program in Clinical and Experimental Therapeutics provides graduate training in therapeutics related research that directly connects the basic science laboratory with the clinical practice setting. As part of UGA’s Biomedical Sciences and Health Initiative it aims to enhance interdisciplinary interactions between the faculty of UGA and AU.
Pharmacy Practice Residency:
Augusta University in conjunction with the UGA college of Pharmacy provides a 12-month ASHP accredited pharmacy practice residency. This postgraduate experience provides comprehensive training in acute care, ambulatory care, drug information, drug-use policy development, practice management and research.
Clerkship Rotation and Clinical Practice Sites:
The Augusta University campus serves as the region’s primary training site but rotations are available at other pharmacy practice sites in the region offering a variety of advanced practice experiences in hospitals, long-term care, community pharmacies, specialty pharmacies, ambulatory care clinics and others.
UGA/Clinical Pharmacy Program
914 New Bailie St.
Augusta, GA 30912-2450
The Southwest Georgia Clinical Campus of the UGA College of Pharmacy opened in April 2011 near Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany. The new facility provides classroom and student laboratory space to support the Doctor of Pharmacy program and Graduate Certificate Residency Program in South Georgia. The Albany campus also offers Flaggstone, a new complex of studio, one, two and three bedroom suites, study areas and gathering spaces for students and residents completing their pharmacy and medical rotations at healthcare facilities in Southwest Georgia. Albany has a lot to see and do with its outdoor adventure, the arts, shopping and dining in the surrounding area creating an enriching student life.
The new Southwest Georgia Clinical campus is within short walking distance of Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital, Augusta University School of Medicine Clinical Campus and Phoebe Healthworks, a state-of-the-art wellness center.
Experiential training opportunities with full-time UGA Clinical Faculty are available at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany. Additionally, there are approximately 70 pharmacist preceptors offering a variety of advanced practice experiences at hospitals, long-term-care facilities, community pharmacies, specialty pharmacies and ambulatory care clinics in Southwest Georgia.
In addition to a variety of practice experiences, the campus’ Residency Program offers a PGY1 Pharmacy Hospital Practice Residency in Albany with Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital.
The Southwest Georgia Clinical Campus seeks to link its students to practicing pharmacists in the community. Pharmacists, including those at local independent pharmacies and the hospital routinely visit to provide students with information on opportunities in the area.
Southwest Georgia Pharmacy Program
The University of Georgia College of Pharmacy
1000 Jefferson Street
Albany, GA 31705
Metro Atlanta (Gwinnett)
Lawrenceville is home to two programs administered by the College of Pharmacy’s Division of Postgraduate Continuing Education and Outreach: Regulatory Affairs and Clinical Trials Design and Management.
This satellite campus partners with Atlanta-area hospitals, healthcare systems, long-term-care facilities, community pharmacies, specialty pharmacies and ambulatory care clinics to provide clinical experiences for UGA College of Pharmacy Professional Program students.
As the state’s largest city and capital, students can find an eclectic mix of activities. Atlanta offers students a wide selection of museums, classical music venues, a thriving theatre scene and major sports events from the Atlanta Falcons, Hawks or Braves.
College of Pharmacy/UGA Gwinnett Campus
2530 Sever Road
Lawrenceville, GA 30043
The UGA College of Pharmacy’s Southeast Georgia campus offers practice experiences at two major health systems in Savannah–Memorial Health University Medical Center and St. Joseph’s/Candler Health System. The Savannah campus also offers pharmacy practice sites at chain and independent community pharmacies and physicians’ offices. With this campus, students are able to get the full experience of the abundant city with Tybee Island, City Market, River Street and the Historic District.
Outside the Savannah area, the campus has sites at hospitals and in other practice settings in Waycross, Brunswick, Jesup and surrounding communities in Southeast Georgia. In addition to a variety of practice experiences, the Residency Program now offers PGY1 Clinical Pharmacy Residency, PGY2 Critical Care Residency, and PGY2 Emergency Medicine Residency in Savannah.
The small class size and student to faculty ratio makes the Savannah campus stand out. Faculty are extremely accessible and willing to help. Another advantage of the campus is that it’s located adjacent to the health system which exposes students to several learning opportunities early in the P3 year.
UGA College of Pharmacy
Southeast Georgia Clinical Campus
Heart & Lung Building, Suite 225
5356 Reynolds Street
Savannah, GA 31405