PGY2 Critical Care Residency, ASHP-accredited
Why Complete a Critical Care Residency?
Critical care residents have the opportunity to tailor a training program to fit their individual needs. The primary practice site for this program is The University of Toledo Medical Center at the UT Health Science Campus. Areas of study in these facilities include surgical, medical, cardiac, cardiothoracic, neuro/neurosurgical, trauma intensive care, transplant, infectious disease, clinical microbiology, infection control and epidemiology, and emergency medicine.
Residents actively participate in multidisciplinary rounds, providing drug therapy management and drug information to members of the health care team, patients and patients’ family members.
Research is encouraged, and opportunities include basic and applied aspects of critical illness, basic and applied microbiology and infectious diseases, clinical pharmacokinetics, basic and applied pharmacodynamics, and multi-center clinical trials. The state-of-the-art laboratory and research facilities at The University of Toledo are among the finest in the region.
In addition to patient care and scholarly activity, many educational activities are available. These include attendance at institution-sponsored seminars and workshops, clinical and didactic instruction of PGY1 residents and students, presentation of continuing education seminars at the College of Pharmacy and across the Health Sciences Campus, and completion of advanced course work in related areas.
More about the Critical Care Residency Program
Martin Ohlinger, PharmD, FCCM
Residency Program Director
The University of Toledo
College of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences, Mail Stop 1013
3000 Arlington Ave.
Toledo, Ohio 43614