Benefits and Compensation


  • $52,000


Eligibility for benefits starts on July 1. A comprehensive benefits package includes:

  • Medical, dental and prescription coverage (plans require minimal monthly contributions and co-pay)
  • Disability core coverage for short- and long-term disability
  • Life/Accidental Death/Dismemberment core coverage

Paid Time Off

  • Vacation: 10 days
  • Interview: Three days
  • Residency interviews: Half day either on site or virtual, includes presentation on ambulatory care topic
  • Holidays: Seven days, including a floating holiday

Other Benefits

  • Parking: Free on campus
  • Fitness center: Membership to St. Rita’s Fitness Center on campus
  • One lab coat (ordered by program)
  • ACLS/BLS/PALS certifications
  • Direct payroll deposit
  • Employee Assistance Program | LifeMatters Program


Libby Stabler, PharmD, PGY2

Lifestyle in the Area

Lima is situated just over an hour drive from Dayton, Toledo, Columbus and Fort Wayne, Ind., so you are never too far from a major city. Home to Kewpee Hamburgers, Lima Parks, Recreation and Forestry has 13 parks in the local area. They range from several acres with natural trails to bike paths with playgrounds and shelter houses. 

What to Expect

The average day at the family medicine clinic starts out around 7 or 8 a.m. with working up patients that will be seen by medical residents or myself throughout the day. I review charts for medication-related problems, including therapeutic duplications, dose adjustments and inadequately treated medical conditions. As patients arrive for the day, I perform medication reconciliation for more complex patients, answer drug information questions and make recommendations to medical residents and other providers regarding medication changes. I also recommend and administer a variety of immunizations. 

Typically, I precept either an APPE student or a PGY 1 resident in the clinic. Over lunch, I frequently have either a pharmacy meeting, student presentation or topic discussion for students. Around once a week, I work in the Anticoagulation Clinic, which provides variety in my weekly schedule. I also have the opportunity to attend the medical resident didactics on Wednesday mornings. Finally, Friday afternoons are left open for project time to work on research and presentations. My days usually wrap up between 4 or 5 p.m. Overall, there is variety in my daily schedule, with many opportunities for teaching and education, both of pharmacy students and medical residents.

-Amanda Liebrecht, PharmD, former PGY 2 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy resident

Call Schedule

Occasional on-call holiday coverage for Anticoagulation Clinic.

Average Hours a Week

Residents work an average of 40 hours per week.