Our ASHP accredited PGY1 residency program at Grandview Medical Center is a 12-month post-graduate program with a focus on developing a competent and confident pharmacist in the acute care setting. This program offers a variety of experiences and has equipped its residents for positions in generalized clinical roles, PGY2 training, academia and others.
Two residency positions are available. Residents will be directly involved in providing pharmaceutical care to patients in the acute care setting. This will include functioning as part of a multidisciplinary team including physicians, physician residents, nurses and others. Residents will have an appointment faculty position at Ohio Northern University to complete a Teaching certificate program. They will complete longitudinal activities including a research project, lectures to the Internal Medicine residency program, seminar presentations, pharmacy staff education, journal clubs, medication use monographs and new drug monographs among other projects.
Residents will also have involvement on various hospital committees (from Network Clinical Pharmacist Committee to Infection Prevention and Control Committee, etc.). Grandview Medical Center is a member of Kettering Health Network.
All applications will be processed through PhORCAS.
Antimicrobial Stewardship (1 month)
Emergency Medicine (1 month)
Internal Medicine I (1 month)
Orientation (1 month)
Critical Care I (1month)
Pharmacy Operations (1 month)
Pharmacy Administration (1 month)
Project, Education (1 month)
Residency Research Project (Longitudinal)
Ambulatory Care (1 month)
Cardiology (1 month)
Critical Care II (1month)
Hematology/Oncology (1 month)
Infectious Disease (1 month)
Internal Medicine 2 (1 month)
Salary - $52,000
10 days of sick/vacation time
Health, dental and vision insurance
Professional travel reimbursement for ASHP Mid-year and other meetings
Individual workspace with personal computer
Libby G. Jacob, PharmD Residency Program Director Clinical Coordinator, Inpatient Pharmacy email@example.com
Linda M. McCall, MBA, RPh Director of Pharmacy Grandview Medical Center and Infusion Centers
Eligibility for Ohio licensure
Three letters of recommendation
Official academic transcripts
About Grandview Medical Center
You'll feel like part of our family when you visit Grandview Medical Center in our historic Dayton, Ohio neighborhood. Since we originally opened as Dayton Osteopathic Hospital in 1926, we've provided quality, compassionate care to our community. Today we continue the tradition as one of the nation's second largest osteopathic teaching hospital and as part of Kettering Health Network.