Considering a Pharmacy Residency?
Pharmacy residencies allow you to apply everything you’ve learned during your pharmacy education to patients, situations and settings. A residency experience can also give you a competitive advantage when searching for a job, the opportunity to expand your professional network, insights into the career path you wish to pursue and more. Specifically, residency training will provide you with extensive experience in providing patient-centered care, developing practice leadership skills, providing patient and/or student education and training, developing project management skills and engaging in research.
NEOMED Residency Programs
PGY1 PHARMACY RESIDENCY
Designed to cultivate practitioners who develop clinical expertise, educate future pharmacists, enhance their leadership and project management skills, and engage in research.
TEACHING & LEARNING CURRICULUM PROGRAM
Designed for PGY1 and PGY2 pharmacy residents in Northeast Ohio. Participants that complete all required program activities will be awarded a Teaching Certificate from the Department of Pharmacy Practice at the NEOMED College of Pharmacy.
COMBINED MASTER OF SCIENCE DEGREE/RESIDENCY
The NEOMED College of Graduate Studies offers a combined Master of Science degree/residency program in Health-Systems Pharmacy Administration that is geared toward graduating pharmacy students or recent graduates. The residency position is handled through the ASHP Resident Match Program in partnership with the Cleveland Clinic or Akron General Medical Center.
Residency Programs With Partner Universities
PGY2 INTERNAL MEDICINE RESIDENCY PROGRAM
University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center, in conjunction with the College of Pharmacy at NEOMED, offers a postgraduate year two (PGY2) internal medicine residency program with a focus in academic administration; providing experiences in academic pharmacy, enhancing leadership and project management skills and engaging in research.
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