The resident will complete a curriculum of rotations, is highly recommended to participate in the Northeast Ohio Medical Universities Teaching Certificate program, and will receive compensation and benefits as a part of the ASHP accredited residency program.
Crafted to give the resident the opportunity to develop longitudinal clinical skills.
The resident will complete the following required rotations: Ambulatory Care I and II, Internal Medicine I and II, Pharmacy Service, Practice Management, Transitions of Care and Medication Education and Longitudinal Project.
The director and preceptors recognize the importance of tailoring the experiences to the resident's personal career goals and provide the following elective rotations: Academia, Emergency Medicine, Hospice/Palliative Care, Internal Medicine Physician Practice, Informatics, Long-Term Care and Health Coach Program.
Compensation and benefits
We offer competitive pay, health care, disability, paid vacation, sick leave, family leave, and travel allowance for a regional pharmacy residency conference and a national meeting.
Application materials, including a letter of intent, curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation and college of pharmacy transcripts, must be submitted through PHORCAS by January 4.
Example of a rotation schedule
- MEDS Clinic
- Medication Safety
- Health Coach
- Teaching Certificate Program
August: Internal Medicine I
September: Ambulatory Care I
October: Practice Management
November: Transitions of Care
January: Ambulatory Care II
March: Internal Medicine II
April: Emergency Medicine
May: Outpatient Internal Medicine
June: Long-Term Care