Pharmacy Residency Programs - New Mexico VA Health Care System
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New Mexico VA Health Care System

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Pharmacy Residency Programs

Pharmacy Department (119)

1501 San Pedro Drive SE       

Albuquerque, NM 87108

Phone: (505) 265-1711 ext. 3128 Fax: (505) 256-2789

PGY1 Residency Director:  Madeline King, Pharm.D., BCPS

PGY2 Residency Director: Gregory Toney, Pharm.D., BCPP


Residency Programs

The New Mexico VA Health Care System                                                                 

The New Mexico VA Health Care System in Albuquerque, New Mexico is a 184-bed acute care tertiary referral center.  As a teaching institution, the Medical Center is affiliated with the University of New Mexico and the Central New Mexico Community College.  The Medical Center supports a regional spinal cord injury unit and an extended care facility.  Home care is provided through the Home Based Primary Care program.  Community based clinics operate in several locations throughout the state.


Why Albuquerque?             

Founded in 1706, Albuquerque is New Mexico’s largest city with a population of 800,000.  The climate is pleasant year-round with low humidity and moderate temperatures.  Nestled at the base of the ten thousand-foot Sandia Mountains, Albuquerque is the home of the world’s longest aerial tramway.  Known as the hot air balloon capital of the world, the city hosts the International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta every October.  New Mexico offers 10 developed ski areas within comfortable driving distance from Albuquerque.  Albuquerque is home to museums, a ballet company and a symphony orchestra.  With a unique blend of Native American, Hispanic and Caucasian cultures, the area offers many unusual cultural events and historic sites.  New Mexico also has many natural resources including national forests, streams, lakes, hunting, camping and fishing.  So come and live in the “land of enchantment” and enjoy what it has to offer.