Mercy Health St. Vincent Medical Center (MHSVMC) is a Level I Trauma Center, Level II Children’s Hospital, Level III NICU, and certified Comprehensive Stroke Center. The pharmacy residency programs often collaborate with the University of Findlay (UF) for teaching opportunities, including but not limited to a teaching certificate program.
Throughout the year, residents will develop the skills necessary for specialized practice in the management of critically ill patients. Residents actively participate in multidisciplinary rounds providing drug therapy recommendations and drug information to members of the health care team, patients, and patients’ family members. Over the course of the program, residents will refine their skills in leadership, teaching, practice management, and patient care. Residents can take an active role in teaching pharmacy students through didactic lectures and experiential training at UF as well as precepting pharmacy students and PGY-1 residents on clinical rotations at MHSVMC.
About Mercy Health St. Vincent Medical Center
PHARMACY RESIDENCY PROGRAM
Mercy Health is dedicated to the education of both pharmacy and medical students,
as well as the education of residents. At Mercy Health, you’ll be placed in the
clinical environment from the start of your rotation. You’ll experience the best of
both worlds here. We’re a series of community hospitals dedicated to the best possible
patient care, and we serve as a core major teaching hospital, affiliated with several colleges of medicine and pharmacy. You get the feel of a university hospital in a community setting. You will receive
hands on, one-on-one training from dedicated faculty members.