Residency Program

The Post Graduate Year 1 (PGY1)Community Pharmacy Residency Program at Moose Pharmacy is affiliated with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The residency program was established in 2002. It is one of the oldest accredited residency programs of its kind in the nation.

Our PGY1 community pharmacy residency program will prepare a pharmacist to be an innovative clinical practitioner who can be a leader in the profession. Upon completion of the program, a resident will have the skills, confidence, and experience to create change and advance patient care services in community pharmacy practice. There are four affiliate sites in addition to Moose Pharmacy of Concord:  Moose Pharmacy of Mt. Pleasant, Moose Pharmacy of Locust, Moose Pharmacy of Salisbury and Moose Pharmacy of Kannapolis. Pharmacy Residents will work across all stores within Moose Pharmacy providing Medication Therapy Management, Immunizations, Diabetes Education, Practice Management and Community Outreach Opportunities. The resident will also gain teaching experience at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy.  This site accepts two community pharmacy residents each year. 

For more information on applying to the program, you may visit:


Joe Moose, PharmD
Amie Howe, PharmD
Kelci Trahms, PharmD


Kiera Emery, PharmD/MBA
Kiera Emery completed her education at the University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy in Columbia, SC. Kiera is passionate about diabetes management, precepting students, and enhancing clinical services such as immunization clinics, diabetes prevention program, medication therapy management, and disease-state management.
Amber Morgan, PharmD/MPH
Amber Morgan completed her education at Belmont University College of Pharmacy in Nashville, TN. Amber has a passion for serving her community, educating students and colleagues, functional medicine, enhanced clinical services such as COVID testing, medication therapy management, and disease-state management.


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