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Geriatric Pharmacist Schools and Colleges

Geriatric pharmacists are required to complete 6 years of pharmacy school, which requires general education and clinical training requirements.

The Commission for Certification in Geriatric Pharmacy (CCGP) establishes certification requirements for geriatric pharmacists. These specialists are required to be licensed pharmacists, possess 2 years of experience, pass a written test, and periodically complete continuing education.

Below you'll find pharmacist schools, colleges, and universities offering accredited degree and career training programs in geriatric pharmacy.
  • University of Washington
    1410 NE Campus Parkway
    Seattle WA 98195
    206-543-9686
    www.washington.edu

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