Pharmacy Residency

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TriHealth offers four pharmacy residency programs:

Each program has a 12-month curriculum designed to provide residents the opportunity to garner experiences beyond the entry-level education of a Doctor of Pharmacy degree. The calendar year is comprised of required and elective rotations, as well as longitudinal experiences. Residents will work with the Residency Program Director to establish an individualized learning plan consistent with his or her career goals. Additional opportunities for research, teaching, and professional travel are in place.

Residency Program Information

The Postgraduate Year One (PGY1) Pharmacy Residency Programs are conducted at either Good Samaritan TriHealth Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio, or Bethesda North TriHealth Hospital in Montgomery, Ohio. Both programs earned full accreditation for the maximum duration granted by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP).

The PGY2 program in Internal Medicine is hosted at Good Samaritan TriHealth Hospital, and will undergo ASHP accreditation survey March 2020. The Internal Medicine PGY2 program is designed to provide residents the opportunity to further develop their skill as an independent internal medicine clinician. The program provides residents with extensive exposure to direct patient care, teaching and precepting, and practice-based research. Residents complete core rotations (Internal Medicine I-IV, Cardiology, Endocrinology, Infectious Diseases), and are afforded the opportunity to tailor their year to best fit their interests through elective and longitudinal learning experiences.

The PGY2 program in Cardiology is hosted at Bethesda North TriHealth hospital, and is currently recruiting for its inaugural year to begin July 2020. The Cardiology PGY2 program will undergo ASHP accreditation survey during the first residency year.

  • Duration: 12 months
  • Number of positions: 2 PGY1 residents at each site; 2 PGY2 IM residents at Good Samaritan Hospital; 1 PGY2 Cardiology resident at Bethesda North Hospital
  • PGY1 Program Start Date: July 1 of each year
  • PGY2 Program Start Date: July 1 of each year; flexible for PGY1 residents matched from external programs

Resident activities include, but are not limited to:

  • Interdisciplinary rounds
  • In-services & Journal Clubs
  • Precepting pharmacy students
  • Major research project
  • Travel to national and regional conferences
  • Continuing Education presentations
  • Participation on P&T and other committees
  • MUE and new drug reviews
  • University of Cincinnati Teaching Certificate Program

Preparation of a manuscript for the major research project suitable for publication is required for completion of the residency program.

Residents will be awarded a certificate upon successful completion of the program requirements.

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