PGY1 Hospital-Based Pharmacy Residency, ASHP-accredited
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The PGY1 Pharmacy Residency at The University of Toledo Medical Center (UTMC) is an intense 12.5 month, full-time curriculum program designed to provide residents with extensive training opportunities and to develop clinicians that practice independently and excel in patient care and teaching. The program provides a variety of experiences in different settings, focusing on the four areas of practice specified in the ASHP accreditation standards: acute care, ambulatory care, drug information and administration. A teaching certificate program is available. This university-based program provides an opportunity to gain teaching experience in didactic, laboratory, small group instruction and experiential teaching.
The PGY1 program is also offered to University of Toledo and University of Toledo Medical Center pharmacy staff as a non-traditional 36 month, part-time curriculum. All requirements and opportunities are the same as those for the traditional PGY1 program, but spread over a 3 year period.
Why Complete a Pharmacy Residency?
This comprehensive residency will provide a structured experience with the flexibility to tailor training programs that meet residents’ individual needs. The PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program offers broad experiences, including academic experience within The University of Toledo College of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences and practice development at affiliated medical facilities. Residents will participate in rounds and drug therapy management, precept and teach PharmD students, and provide drug information to the health care team, patient, and the patient’s family members. Residents will also participate in teaching, staff development, medication utilization evaluation (MUE) projects, protocol/pathway development, and other departmental/institutional projects. Residents will complete at least one research project. Further scholarly activity is encouraged and supported.
Our program prepares pharmacists to provide high quality, patient-focused care in a variety of clinical settings. Pharmacists completing this residency will be leaders in pharmacy practice and will be prepared to practice in diverse care environments. Graduates of this program will accept responsibility for patient outcomes and solve the problems or remove the barriers that prevent optimal outcomes for their patients. These pharmacists will promote and improve the pharmacy profession through practice, leadership, continuing education, and dedication to the advancement of patient care.
More about the Pharmacy Residency Program
Lindsey Eitniear, PharmD, BCPS, AAHIVP
Clinical Pharmacist, Residency Program Director
The University of Toledo Medical Center
Department of Pharmacy Services, Mail Stop 1013
3000 Arlington Ave.
Toledo, OH 43614