Pharmacy Residency Programs

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Pharmacy Residency Program (PGY1)

Contact:
Carrie A. Shuman, Pharm.D., BCPS
PGY1 Residency Program Director
University Medical Center Brackenridge
Department of Pharmacy
601 E. 15th Street
Austin, Texas 78701
Email: cashuman@seton.org
(512) 324-7000 ext 77386 (office)

Internal Medicine Residency Program (PGY2)

Contact:
Tamara B. Knight, Pharm.D., BCPS
PGY2 Residency Program Director
Seton Northwest Hospital
Department of Pharmacy
11113 Research Boulevard
Austin, Texas 78759
E-mail: tbknight@seton.org
(512) 324-6000 ext. 61038 (office)

Infectious Diseases Residency Program (PGY2)

Contact:
Katherine M. Shea, Pharm.D., BCPS-AQ-ID
PGY2 Residency Program Director
University Medical Center Brackenridge
Department of Pharmacy
601 E. 15th Street
Austin, Texas 78701
E-mail: kmshea@seton.org
(512) 324-7000 ext. 70029 (office)

Pharmacy Residency Program News and Events

  • Seton Williamson Partners with Central Texas OB/GYN to Open Oakwood Women's Centre in Round Rock
    March 3, 2015

    Oakwood Women's Centre at Seton Williamson, in partnership Central Texas OB/GYN Associates, is now open next door to Seton Medical Center Williamson in Round Rock. The centre is Central Texas OB/GYN's fifth partner in the Austin area, joining physicians who have been affiliated with Seton since 1981.

  • Tad Hatton Named Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Seton Medical Center Austin
    February 25, 2015
    Tad A. Hatton is the new vice president and chief operating officer for Seton Medical Center Austin, the largest hospital within Central Texas' largest health care system. Hatton has been chief operating officer for St. David's Round Rock Medical Center for the past seven years.
  • Seton Doctors: State Should Fund Program Fostering More Primary Care Physicians
    February 20, 2015

    Before two Texas legislative committees, two Seton doctors testified in favor of restoring state funding to programs that match medical students with practicing primary care physicians across the state -- and can increase the number of local physicians to ensure healthier communities; reduce health disparities among different communities; improve health outcomes; and lessen dependency on emergency rooms for health care.

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