Purpose: to train ambulatory care pharmacists that are exceptional in the ongoing care of patients with chronic disease states, preventive health care and able to address financial barriers to medication use. The graduate will be equipped to participate in collaborative practice models with physicians in a variety of settings, assume responsibility for all medication-related aspects of care, educate student and practicing health care professionals and perform practice/education based research. The Traditional track sites include, but are not limited to family medicine, primary care, cardiology, HIV/ID, geriatrics and transplantation. The Global Health track focuses care in under resourced areas with availability for international travel. Residents will also participate in the PittPharmacy Teaching and Research programs.