Pharmacy Residency Program
PGY1 Pharmacy Residency
Develop your foundational knowledge
The Post Graduate Year One (PGY1) pharmacy residency program offers diverse experiences in clinical pharmacy practice as well as in health-system pharmacy practice.
The PGY1 pharmacy residency programs build on Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) education and outcomes to contribute to the development of clinical pharmacists responsible for medication-related care of patients with a wide range of conditions, eligible for board certification, and eligible for postgraduate year two (PGY2) pharmacy residency training.
The 12-month program is tailored to fulfill our residents’ individual interests and goals within ASHP accreditation standards. Residents actively participate in staff development programs for clinically oriented services. Longitudinal ambulatory care training establishes individual relationships with patients and other healthcare professionals. Residents also complete Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and Basic Life Support (BLS) certification sponsored by the American Heart Association, training them to effectively participate in code blue, trauma and stroke alerts, as well as other patient care emergencies. Several elective options and project opportunities are available for residents to pursue individual interests.
Find a PGYI residency
View all PGY1 pharmacy residencies offered by OhioHealth in the ASHP Residency Directory — complete with program locations, contact info, benefits, special requirements.SEARCH THE ASHP DIRECTORY
Apply for a residency
Applicants must provide a CV, letter of intent, pharmacy transcripts and three letters of recommendation. Separate applications are required if applying to multiple programs.Apply now on the PhORCAS website
OhioHealth Doctors Hospital
Located just outside central Columbus, this 260-bed community teaching hospital is a TJC-accredited chest pain center with over 80,000 emergency department visits and the 5th largest osteopathic training program in the US.
OhioHealth Grant Medical Center
Located in downtown Columbus, this 640-bed teaching hospital — with the busiest Level I Trauma Center in the state — is recognized by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacy (ASHP) as one of 12 programs offering continuous training since 1963.
OhioHealth Mansfield Hospital
Mansfield Hospital is a 326-bed hospital that is the largest site for the six surrounding counties, a level III-N trauma center with 52,000 emergency department visits per year, nationally ranked heart and vascular care, and one of the busiest oncology infusion centers in the system.
OhioHealth Marion General Hospital
Located north of Columbus, Marion General Hospital is a 170-bed community hospital that has served Marion and the surrounding communities since 1920. Our site sees approximately 50,000 ED visits annually, is a certified primary stroke center, and has recently opened the Marion Cancer Center, allowing for expansion of our oncology and infusion services. The pharmacy residency program was established in 2016.
OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital
Caring for patients since 1892, this 1,059-bed teaching hospital located in Columbus is also OhioHealth’s largest with a pharmacy department recognized for more than 50 years of success in pharmacy residency training.