Curriculum Description

Available one-month rotations include:

  • Academia
  • Acute Care (Main Campus)
  • Advanced Emergency Medicine (Main Campus)
  • Alliance Family Health Center
  • Ambulatory Care I and II*
  • Emergency Medicine (Main Campus)
  • Hematology/Oncology Infusion Center
  • Internal Medicine I and II*
  • Orientation*
  • Pain, Palliative Care and Hospice*
  • Practice Management and Administration*
  • Research*
  • Transitions of Care and Medication Education*

*Indicates required rotation

Longitudinal Rotations (required)

  • Longitudinal Project
  • Medication Use and Safety
  • Pharmacy Service
    • Includes pharmacy staffing every other weekend and one afternoon every other week
  • Professional Development and Self-Evaluation
  • Teaching and Learning
    • The Teaching and Learning Certificate Program is completed through Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED). There are two tracks to choose from: 


Residents serve as active members of interdisciplinary teams and participate in a variety of clinical rotations to enhance and refine their pharmacy practice skills and knowledge. With clinically trained pharmacists and more than 100 licensed beds, the pharmacy department boasts a varied resident learning environment. The strengths of the program include ambulatory care, internal medicine and the opportunity to complete elective rotations on-site at Aultman Alliance Community Hospital, Aultman Hospital or within the local community. Residents also have the opportunity to earn a teaching certificate through Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED). Resident graduates will be prepared for acute care clinical and staff pharmacist positions, adjunct faculty positions and a variety of PGY2 programs.