The pharmacy practice residency is designed to provide in-depth training in multiple aspects of hospital pharmacy including: pharmacokinetics, nutritional support, oncology, critical care, pharmacy administration, infectious disease, and ambulatory care. Residents’ expectations include, but are not limited to, preparing in-services, MUEs, and completion of a longitudinal residency project. The PGY1 program is designed to meet each resident’s interests and needs and assist them in developing as clinical pharmacists. Required rotations in acute care include internal medicine (2 months), critical care (2 months), emergency medicine (1 month), and additional rotations in administration (1 month), clinical research (1 month), and orientation (1 month). Residents will have the opportunity to select 4 months of electives from the following: emergency medicine II, ambulatory care, oncology, transitions of care, infectious diseases, medication safety, academia, or repeating a core rotation.
Cleveland Clinic Martin Health precepts pharmacy students from a number of pharmacy schools in the area, including University of Florida, Nova Southeastern University, Palm Beach Atlantic University, and the University of South Florida. Residents will have the opportunity to precept and develop teaching skills through interaction with the students. A formal teaching certificate program is also available for residents with advanced interest in academia.
Cleveland Clinic Pharmacy Post Graduate Training Programs:
Cleveland Clinic is comprised of a 1,400-bed academic medical center and 17 additional hospitals, including 5 in Southeast Florida. In total, there are nearly 6,000 inpatient beds and over 1,400 pharmacy employees, more than 300 physician practices, 20 ambulatory pharmacies, significant inpatient and outpatient clinical services and a pharmacy budget exceeding $1 billion.
At the Main Campus, we offer 14 distinct PGY-1 and PGY-2 pharmacy residency programs, and at our Community Hospitals (Florida and Ohio), we offer nine PGY-1 programs, one PGY-1/2 Health-System Pharmacy Administration program, two PGY-2 Critical Care programs and one PGY-2 Emergency Medicine.