University of Washington
  • UW Home
  • Directories
  • Calendar
  • Libraries
  • Maps
  • My UW
Skip Menu
HomeHome ContactContact MoodleMoodle (course sites) HSERVDepartment DirectoriesDirectories AdmissionsAdmissions

Health-System Pharmacy Administration Residency and Master of Health Administration

Majid Tanas, MHA 2009
The UW Executive Master of Health Administration (MHA) Program in conjunction with the UW Medicine Residency in Health-System Pharmacy Administration has been a great asset in my training. The combination of experience and education has prepared me to pursue the role of Director of Pharmacy, and has taught me how to become an efficient and effective leader. No matter the course content, the Executive MHA Program is designed to develop health care leaders. It has allowed me to develop professionally, and has opened my eyes to the infinite potential yet to be tapped in modern health care. This is just the beginning of a lifetime of learning and leadership.

Majid Tanas, PharmD, MHA, 2009
Operations Manager
Department of Pharmacy
Oregon Health & Science University

The UW Medicine Health-System Pharmacy Administration Residency is a post-graduate program, providing 26 months of training firmly centered on the principles of leadership and administration. The program combines academic studies with pharmacy practice management residency training. The academic component is comprised of enrollment in the UW Executive Master of Health Administration (MHA) Program.

Throughout this residency program, pharmacy residents gain an unusually broad based and high-level experience within health-system pharmacy leadership. In addition to the completion of clinical and administrative rotations through the UW Medicine Department of Pharmacy Services, residents earn the MHA degree. This combination of practice and academics affords the opportunity to learn from the region's finest health care professionals and leaders. The UW Executive MHA Program provides the resident with an unparalleled opportunity to interact as classmates with physicians, nurses, and other health care professionals on an equal footing in a safe and dynamic environment.

For more information, visit the UW Medicine Department of Pharmacy Services