PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency Program

PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency Program

The Euclid Hospital Post Graduate Year 1 (PGY-1) residency program is based in a community hospital practice setting. The resident will gain experience in the development of patient-specific medication treatment and monitoring plans, provide education to patients and other healthcare professionals, and serve as a drug utilization resource while training to become a competent clinical practitioner. The residency offers longitudinal experiences in medication safety, regulatory compliance and shared medical appointments, as well as learning experiences in internal medicine, infectious disease, critical care, transitions of care, and management. Additionally, the Euclid Hospital residency program also includes precepting pharmacy students and completion of a teaching certificate curriculum. The resident will also be responsible for completing a research project and drug use evaluation, and will attend the ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting and regional research residency conference.

Department of Pharmacy

The Department of Pharmacy supports 24-hour pharmaceutical services, and also offers bedside delivery of patient discharge medications. Decentralized pharmacists provide pharmaceutical services in the emergency department, intensive care unit, as well as medical and surgical floors. Clinical duties focus on medication reconciliation, patient counseling and drug optimization; pharmacists also collaborate with prescribers in shared medical appointments for patients with COPD, CHF and CKD.

Residency Program Training Site

Type: Hospital
Owner/Affiliate: Cleveland Clinic
Model Type(s): Acute Care Regional Hospital
Tax Status: Non Profit
Professional Staff: 13
Non-Professional Staff: 9
Total Beds: 371
Average Daily Census: 160

Located in Northeast Ohio, Euclid Hospital is a Cleveland Clinic hospital in Euclid, Ohio. Euclid Hospital is home to one of the region’s leading orthopedic surgery centers. The hospital is licensed for 371 beds and has an average daily census of 160 patients. Euclid serves the local community providing emergency services, general and orthopedic surgeries, acute and sub-acute care, as well as a variety of outpatient services.

Required Rotations: Pharmacy practice/orientation, internal medicine, critical care, infectious disease, emergency medicine/transitions of care, management and research

Longitudinal Experiences: Medication safety, regulatory compliance, shared medical appointments (SMAs), pharmacy practice/staffing, research and a teaching certificate


As a pharmacy practitioner effective communication skills are integral. Many opportunities will be provided to help develop these skills, including:

  • Formal presentations on patient cases, disease states or other topics of interest to be presented to preceptors, students, Euclid Hospital pharmacy staff and/or other individuals from Euclid Hospital
  • Pharmacy or nursing in-services as needed
  • Didactic lectures to pharmacy students through a teaching certificate program
  • Resident research project presentation at regional research residency conferences

Meetings & Conferences

Travel to pharmacy professional meetings is an important component of the Euclid Hospital pharmacy residency. All residents are required to attend the ASHP Midyear meeting, during which program recruitment also occurs, and networking opportunities are available. In addition, residents will present their project at a regional residency conference and participate in the fall Ohio Society of Health-System Pharmacists Residency Showcase.

Application to the Program

Application to the Program

Applicants to the Pharmacy Practice Residency Program are required to provide the following information through PhORCAS (Pharmacy Online Residency Centralized Application):

More Information

Please direct further questions regarding the PGY1 program at Euclid Hospital to:

Julia Glowczewski
Pharmacy Practice Residency Director
Euclid Hospital
Department of Pharmacy
18901 Lake Shore Blvd.
Euclid, Ohio 44119

Benefits & Travel Compensation

Benefits & Travel Compensation

The Pharmacy Practice Residency Program provides a wide array of benefits to you during your experience as a resident.


  • Personalized lab coats and business cards
  • Resident office space
  • Office personal computer access
  • Duplication Services
  • Online library Access
  • BLS/ACLS Certification
  • Continuing Education
  • Continuing Education
  • Immunizations
  • Cleveland Clinic discounts at various event venues

Health Benefits

  • Standard Comprehensive Medical Coverage
  • Prescription drug benefit
  • Life Insurance
  • Disability
  • Dental
  • Vision