Residency Listing

The Jewish Hospital - Mercy Health
4777 E Galbraith Road
Cincinnati, OH 45236
Code: 44018
NMS Code: 198513
Postgraduate Year One (PGY1)
Accreditation Status: Accredited
Residency Program Director: Kimberly R. Pharris, Pharm.D., BCPS
(513) 686-5090
Fax: (513) 686-5608
Director of Pharmacy: Ezra J. Bradshaw, Pharm.D., BCPS
(513) 686-5060
Fax: (513) 686-5608
Residency Information:
Duration/Type: 12 mo. residency
Number of Positions: 2
Application Deadline: 1/2/2019
Interview Required: Yes
Residency Special Features:   

The pharmacy resident will complete seven required and three elective rotations. Core rotations include internal medicine (2 months), critical care, emergency medicine, hematology, drug policy development, and administration. In addition, the program will include orientation and project months. Elective rotations include adult hematopoietic stem cell transplant, infectious diseases, population health, and surgery. The program includes two required longitudinal experiences: a staffing component and an ambulatory care component at a medication management clinic. Residents also have the opportunity to participate in the Teaching Certificate Program through the James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy at the University of Cincinnati.

Fringe Benefits:   

Pharmacy residents are entitled to all benefits offered to full-time employees. In addition, residents will receive a travel allowance for the ASHP Midyear Meeting and the ONU Residency Conference. 

Special Requirements for Acceptance:   

All applicants must be eligible for licensure as a pharmacist in the state of Ohio. The following items must be submitted via PhORCAS: (1) Curriculum vitae (2) Letter of intent (3) Three letters of reference (4) Official transcript from an accredited college of pharmacy.  

Training Site Type: Hospital
Owner Affiliate:

Bon Secours Mercy Health

Model Type(s): Teaching, Community Hospital, Acute Care
Tax Status: Nonprofit
Total Beds: 200
Site Special Features:   

The Jewish Hospital – Mercy Health was founded in 1850, when a cholera epidemic sickened thousands of Cincinnatians. The Jewish community saw a need to provide care for poor Jews, and founded the first Jewish hospital in the United States. Since its early days, The Jewish Hospital has always welcomed and cared for people of every faith. The Jewish Hospital's legacy of teaching the next generation of health care professionals dates back more than 100 years, and today, residents in surgery, medicine, podiatry and pharmacy all train at The Jewish Hospital. Our renowned services include the region's only adult Blood & Marrow Transplant Center; a premier Joint Replacement Center performing nearly 1,000 total joint replacements every year; the region's most experienced mobile mammography program; the Cholesterol & Metabolism Center; the Weight Management Center and full-spectrum cardiovascular and emergency services.