Pharmacy Practice Residency Program
PGY 1 Pharmacy Practice Residency Program
The pharmacy practice residency emphasizes general pharmaceutical patient care and practice skill development required to become a confident, independent practitioner. Throughout the year, the resident is exposed to multiple general and specialty practice areas at an acute care hospital with the goal to improve knowledge, skills, problem solving and clinical judgment. The resident will have opportunities to present journal clubs, case presentations, in-services, formal lectures and is required to complete a major research project. The goal of the PGY1 program at Euclid Hospital is to train individuals to perform at a high level as pharmacy generalists in an acute care hospital.
Department of Pharmacy
Euclid Hospital is home to one of the region's leading rehabilitation and orthopaedic centers. The hospital has 243 beds and offers a complete continuum of care from emergency services to surgery, to acute and sub-acute care, to rehabilitation and outpatient care. The Department of Pharmacy offers pharmaceutical services 24/7. The pharmacy utilizes decentralized automation cabinets as its main drug distribution system. Decentralized pharmacists provide pharmaceutical services to several acute and surgical areas, as well as participating in quality measure activities and patient counseling.
Residency Program Training Site
Owner/Affiliate: Cleveland Clinic
Model Type(s): Acute Care Community Hospital
Tax Status: Non Profit
Professional Staff: 12
Non-Professional Staff: 11
Total Beds: 243
Average Daily Census: 170
Information and guidelines for applying to the Pharmacy Practice Residency Program
The Pharmacy Practice Residency Program provides a wide array of benefits to you during your experience as a resident.
Learn about the Pharmacy Practice Residency Program curriculum, required research and graduation information.