The Cardiology Pharmacy Residency Program is a postgraduate training program that focuses on the development of clinical skills needed to provide safe and effective patient care in cardiovascular (CV) pharmacy practice. UMass is a level-1, 783-bed tertiary care medical center, with a 16-bed coronary care unit (CCU), 10-bed CT surgery unit and over 1,000 patient visits in the outpatient Anticoagulation (AC) clinic. Core rotations include CCU, a pharmacist-managed Inpatient AC Consult Service (CS), Heart Failure (HF) CS, Cardiology IM, and a Diabetes CS/clinic. Each PGY2 presents monthly at a pharmacy conference and gives at least two lectures at Cardiology Fellows Conference. The resident will work with preceptors and cardiologists to complete a CV project, with the opportunity to present their research at a CV/ AC national conference.