CPRP Application Process

The Kelley-Ross PGY-1 Community Pharmacy Residency Program (CPRP) is an unaccredited program unique to Kelley-Ross. While we observe many of the guiding principles of an ASHP-APhA accredited program, we do not require the matching program or registration through ASHP. More information regarding expectations of our program can be found here. If interested in applying, please submit all requested materials outlined below. The Selection Committee, composed of the Residency Program Director (RPD), preceptors and current residents will review applications and select qualified applicants for on-site interviews. To be eligible for an on-site interview, applicants must meet the following criteria:

Minimum Criteria for Consideration

  • Doctor of Pharmacy degree (or expected) from an ACPE-accredited program
    • No significant, unexplained gaps in pharmacy training/practice
    • Demonstrated academic achievement and extracurricular activities that reflect the resident’s leadership potential and dedication to the practice of pharmacy.
  • Available for on-site interview
  • Licensed, or eligible for licensure in the State of Washington
  • Completed application materials
    • Three letters of recommendation
    • Curriculum vitae (CV) or Resume
    • Transcripts from pharmacy program (unofficial transcripts accepted)
    • One-page statement of professional interest

Submission Due Date: December 31, 2022

Submitting Materials:  Application materials may be submitted by either email (krcpi@kelley-ross.com) or regular mail (email preferred). Letters of recommendation should be sent directly from the author of the letter. Please note that we do not accept applications via PhORCAS.

Kelley-Ross is an independently owned corporation operating 4 pharmacies in Seattle. Kelley-Ross provides a wide range of pharmacy services, including prescription dispensing, compounding, medi-set packaging, compliance packaging, long-term care facility services, consultant pharmacist services, immunizations and a variety of health screenings.

We provide Clinical Community Care. This means that our staff combines expert medication therapy management and clinical skills, with caring, patient centered pharmacy services. By using the triad approach – patient, provider and pharmacist – we can help patients maximize their healthcare resources while achieving optimal health outcomes.

Our high service level and commitment to problem solving has made Kelley-Ross the pharmacy of choice for patients and providers across the Northwest.