The Emergency Medicine Residency (PGY-2) is a 1-year specialized residency which provides the resident a foundation to establish comprehensive pharmaceutical care to Emergency Department patients (pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric) and medical personnel through integrated drug distribution, drug information, clinical services, research and teaching. Required rotations include concentrated blocks in the Emergency Department along with trauma, toxicology, psychiatry, and medical intensive care. Elective rotations may include, but are not limited to, infectious disease, leadership, and cardiac critical care. The resident will represent the pharmacy department within the Emergency Medicine Performance Improvement Committee, Emergency Medicine Taskforce Committee, and Emergency Services Institute Pharmacy Governance Committee. Additional responsibilities include a research project, medication use evaluation, and drug monograph.
Cleveland Clinic Pharmacy Post Graduate Training Programs:
Cleveland Clinic is comprised of a 1,400-bed academic medical center, ten Community Hospitals in Northeast Ohio and Cleveland Clinic Florida in Weston. In total, there are more than 4,800 inpatient beds and 1,200 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 and Cleveland Clinic Florida, we offer nine PGY-1 programs, one PGY-1/2 Health-System Pharmacy Administration program, two PGY-2 Critical Care programs, one PGY-2 Emergency Medicine, and one PGY-2 Psychiatry program.