We believe OhioHealth has an organizational model that is representative of the future of healthcare. A large percentage of pharmacy professionals will likely practice in a health-system that resembles our organization. Training in an environment like this will prepare a resident for the challenges and benefits of health-system pharmacy and give them advanced experiences that can then be directly leveraged.
Pharmacy Residencies are offered at OhioHealth Doctors Hospital and OhioHealth Grant Medical Center, OhioHealth Marion General Hospital and OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital.
OhioHealth roots all of our residency programming firmly in the accreditation standards of ASHP and we continually review those standards to assure there is alignment and relevance. We continually evaluate our alignment to those goals and objectives through self-assessment and leadership team review, comments and guidance from ASHP accreditation surveyors and, most importantly, the feedback from our residents and graduates. We strive to maintain a continual state of accreditation readiness in our residency programs, much like we approach other regulatory organizations that have oversight of our health-system.
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The residency programs at OhioHealth have a long and continuous history of excellence in health-system pharmacy training. The program at OhioHealth Grant Medical Center has been in existence for over 50 years and was recognized by ASHP as one of 12 programs that have been offering continuous training programs since the first year of affiliation in 1963. The program at OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital now has over 40 years of success in residency training. We have newly expanded our programs within the health-system to Doctors Hospital and Marion General Hospital.
Deadline is January 9, 2017.
All applications will be processed through PhORCAS.
Requirements: CV, letter of intent, pharmacy transcripts, three letters of recommendation.
If you are applying for one of the Health-System Pharmacy Administration Residency positions, you must also apply to The Ohio State University Graduate School. Detailed instructions on applying to the MS in Health System Pharmacy program are provided on the MS in Health-System Pharmacy Administration with Combined Residency website.
For additional information regarding the MS graduate school application, contact:
Mr. Jay Mirtallo (email@example.com)
Director, MS in Health System Pharmacy at The Ohio State University, College of Pharmacy
500 West 12th Avenue, 138A Lloyd M. Parks Hall
Columbus, Ohio 43210
$47,500 PGY1 resident yearly stipend; $49,500 PGY2 resident yearly stipend
Generous time away package equivalent to a full- time associate.
Travel allowance to the annual regional pharmacy residency conference and the ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting.
Optional full medical insurance packages through OhioHealth medical plans.
Staffing every other weekend.
Work one summer and one winter holiday.
Rotate through administrative on-call system.
Work four night shifts (overnight).
Poster presentation at ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting.
Podium presentation at regional pharmacy residency conference.
Completion of a research project.
Pharmacy and Therapeutics (P&T) Committee.
Antimicrobial Stewardship Committee.
Medication Safety Committee.
Clinical Performance Improvement Teams (CPITs).
Waiver of The Ohio State University tuition and fees.
Travel allowance also includes the ASHP Leadership Conference.
Work seven total night shifts (overnight) over two years.
Staffing every fourth weekend in the second year.
Majority of didactic work and PGY1 completed in the first year.
Second year is PGY2 focused with an emphasis on pharmacy administration with some clinical rotations.