The PGY1 Ambulatory Care Residency Program will foster the development of knowledge, skills and abilities needed to pursue direct patient care and to educate current and future practitioners in ambulatory care settings. This multi-site program consists of three primary sites with strong pharmacy presence in patient-centered medical homes.
This PGY1 program will foster the development of knowledge, skills and abilities needed to pursue direct patient care and to educate current and future practitioners in community care settings. This multi-site program consists of three primary sites in community practice: one site in an independent pharmacy partnering with our state pharmacy association, one in a grocery store chain, and one in a charitable pharmacy caring for the underserved.
Intended to develop practitioners interested in ambulatory care and academic pharmacy, this PGY2 program provides advanced-level post-graduate training and formative experiences in a college of pharmacy environment. Graduates will develop knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to be successful in pharmacy faculty positions. This includes patient-centered clinical practice, classroom-based teaching, research and scholarship, and professional service.
HospiScript Services and The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy in conjunction with The Ohio State University Center for Palliative Care offer a PGY2 residency in Hospice and Palliative Care. The residency will foster the development of knowledge, skills and abilities needed to pursue patient care and to educate current and future practitioners.
This program combines a master’s degree in community care with a PGY1 residency in community care and a PGY2 in practice management. The goal is to create a leader to drive innovation and implementation of patient care services at the corporate level.
The combined Health-System Pharmacy Administration Residency/Master’s Degree Program has a long standing history. This program was established in 1959, and has produced more than 200 graduates, many of whom are nationally recognized leaders in pharmacy management. The Ohio State University is known nationally for its excellent program in training hospital pharmacy leaders.