Benefits and Compensation

Salary

$51,500 (includes travel)

Insurance

Medical and dental insurance offered

Paid Time Off

  • Vacation: 10 days
  • Interview: Three days
  • Holidays: Seven days

Other Benefits

  • Professional leave to attend ASHP Midyear and Ohio Pharmacy Resident Conference 

Residents

 
Brooke Domaleczny, PharmD

Pharmacy School: The University of Toledo, 2021

Lifestyle in the City (Toledo, Ohio)

Located in Northwest Ohio, Toledo is situated along Lake Erie and bisected by the Maumee River. More than 601,000 people call the Toledo metropolitan area home, giving the region attributes of a large cosmopolitan area, but still retaining the advantages of small-town atmosphere and charm. We have semi-professional sports teams that are fun to support (Mud Hens baseball, Walleye hockey) and a safe downtown with many restaurants and bars.

The area boasts a nationally recognized zoo, a world-class art museum, a symphony orchestra, opera ballet and theater groups, as well as a wide variety of neighborhood and ethnic festivals.

Toledo has its own airport and is approximately 50 miles south of Detroit, Michigan, adding to travel options. By automobile we are about four hours from Chicago, two hours from Cleveland and one hour from Windsor, Canada.    

What to Expect

The residency program is rigorous and demanding. Our preceptors are dedicated to providing you with an excellent experience by offering a wide variety of experiences along with guidance and mentorship in a positive environment.  

Call Schedule

Our residents are not required to take call.

Average Hours a Week

A residency is a full-time obligation. It provides an exceptional learning opportunity that demands a considerable time commitment from the resident to meet the requirements of certification. It is expected that a minimum of 2,100 hours will be required to successfully complete the program. Overall, weekly hours will likely average out to about 50 hours per week. Hours will not exceed 80 hours per week.