The PGY2 Critical Care Residency is a one year commitment designed to provide post graduate experience in the provision of pharmaceutical care to critically ill patients. University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center is an Academic Medical Center affiliated with Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, with 1032 beds and 163 ICU beds. Required rotations include cardiac, medical, neuroscience, trauma and cardiothoracic/surgical ICUs along with staffing and research. Elective rotations include emergency medicine, pediatric critical care, solid organ transplant, infectious diseases and medical toxicology. Residents complete a research project, medication utilization review, assist with pharmacy student and staff education and participate in various journal clubs and topic discussions throughout the year. See our website for further information.
PharmD from an ACPE accredited college. Completion of an ASHP accredited PGY1 pharmacy practice residency or equivalent experience; eligibility for licensure in the State of Ohio; academic transcripts, cv, 3 letters of recommendation and a letter of intent
About University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center
University Hospitals is one of the nation’s leading health care systems. It provides high-quality, patient-centered medical care at hundreds of locations throughout Northeast Ohio.The system’s 1,032-bed tertiary medical center, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, is an academic affiliate of Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. This academic medical center includes UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital, among the nation’s best children’s hospitals; UH Seidman Cancer Center, part of the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center; and UH MacDonald Women’s Hospital, Ohio’s only hospital for women.With more than 26,000 physicians and employees, our system is Northeast Ohio’s second-largest private-sector employer. UH performs more than 5.8 million outpatient procedures and nearly 62,000 inpatient discharges annually.University Hospitals’ goal is to provide comprehensive primary and community-based care – the kind of health care people need most – as well as access to the highest-quality specialty care when necessary