H-S Pharmacy Practice Administration/M.S., Hospital/Institutional
Specialty Practice Areas:
Management/Leadership, Pharmacy Practice
The combined PGY1/PGY2/MS Health-System Pharmacy Administration Residency at Grant Medical Center is a program that has been built over the last 50+ years. As one of the 12 residency programs continuously offered since 1963, you will find a large network of alumni. Grant is a 640 bed community, not for profit, teaching hospital specializing in trauma, surgery, critical care and orthopedics. However, residents will gain exposure to a true health-system environment as part of the OhioHealth care system composed of 11 member hospitals, 3 affiliate hospitals and 60+ ambulatory sites.
The combined PGY1/PGY2/MS Health-System Pharmacy Administration Residency at Riverside Methodist Hospital has trained pharmacy leaders for more than 40 years. Through this program you will have access to a vast network of residency alumni in leadership positions throughout the country. Riverside is a 1,080 bed non-profit, tertiary care, teaching hospital that serves as the flagship of the 11 hospital OhioHealth system. Riverside is the largest acute care hospital in Ohio and is consistently ranked as a leader in the areas of Neuroscience, Heart and Vascular care, Cancer care, Maternity and Women’s Health, Trauma, and Orthopedics.
The OhioHealth Health-System Pharmacy Administration residents will help to develop their residency experience and direct projects towards their areas of interest, career goals and growth opportunities. As a part of the OhioHealth pharmacy leadership team, the resident will gain valuable experience with the opportunities and challenges of leading at a hospital and health-system level.
This 24-month program is offered in combination with a Master of Science (MS) in Health-System Pharmacy Administration degree from The Ohio State University. Through this program, residents will have opportunities to interact with the vast alumni network of The Ohio State Univesity and Latiolais Leadership Program. The majority of the didactic requirements toward the degree is completed during the PGY-1 year along with a number of clinical and elective rotations. The PGY-2 is primarily focused on completing administrative rotations at a hospital and health-system level.
Requirements: Successful completion of a PharmD program from an accredited school of pharmacy. Licensure or licensure eligibility in the state of Ohio.
Additional Salary Information: Administrative residents at OhioHealth also hold a secondary pharmacist position. After successful completion of the orientation, there is an opportunity to work additional shifts as a staff pharmacist as time and availability allow.
OhioHealth is a nationally recognized, not-for-profit, faith-based healthcare organization with over 28,000 associates, physicians, and volunteers serving and supported by the community since 1891. Based in Columbus, Ohio, it is comprised of 11 member hospitals, 3 affiliated hospitals, 28 ambulatory care centers, home-health providers, and an employed physician group with more than 500 physicians ...in a wide range of specialties and primary care. Member hospitals include Riverside Methodist Hospital, Grant Medical Center, Mansfield General Hospital, Doctors Hospital-Columbus, Grady Memorial Hospital, Dublin Methodist Hospital, Shelby Memorial Hospital, O'Blenness Hospital, Doctors Hospital-Nelsonville, Hardin Memorial Hospital and Marion General Hospital. We are proud to be named by Truven Health Analytics as one of the top 15 best healthcare systems in the nation for clinical performance for 6 years. OhioHealth also has been recognized by FORTUNE Magazine as one of the “100 Best Companies to Work For” in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016. For more than a century OhioHealth has been united by the mission "to improve the health of patients we serve". The residency program at Grant Medical Center was recognized in 2013 as one of 12 programs that have been continuously graduating quality residents since the inception of accredited residency programs over 50 years ago. The residency program at Riverside Methodist Hospital has been training quality residents for over 40 years. The organization shares a vision "to be the place where people want to work, where physicians want to practice and most importantly, where patients want to go when they need healthcare services."