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PGY1 Pharmacy Residency: Managed Care, Ambulatory Care and Community (MAC) Details

Accreditation:  Accredited by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacist

National Match Service ID Number: 232613

ASHP Directory Number 44069

Duration: 12.5 Months 

Number of Positions: Two residents are accepted into the program. The program participates in the ASHP Residency Matching Program. Applicants must register online via the shared PhORCAS/ Match registration portal and submit a completed application through PhORCAS. Required documents for application include a cover letter, Curriculum Vitae, 3 letters of recommendation and a copy of transcript.

Requirements of Applicants:

  • Be graduates or candidates of graduation of an ACPE accredited degree program
  • Be licensed or eligible for licensure in Ohio

Significant Dates

  • January 1, 2022:  Application Deadline
  • TBD: The online NMS Match System will open on this date for Match participants to submit Rank Order Lists for Phase I of the Match
  • TBD: Phase I Rank Order List Deadline: Final date for submission of applicant and program Rank Order Lists for Phase I of the Match.
  • TBD: Results of Phase I of the Match are released to applicants and Program Directors. 

Important Details

  • Starting Date: June 20, 2022
  • End Date: June 30, 2023
  • Estimated Stipend: $47,000 per year
  • Training site: Throughout the University of Toledo Medical Center including Rupert Health Center, UTMC Hospital, University of Toledo Outpatient Pharmacies, Main Campus Outpatient Pharmacy and UT Human Resources prescription benefit
  • Owner/ Affiliate: Government
  • Model Types: Ambulatory, Outpatient, Community, Managed Care, Teaching
  • Tax Status: Nonprofit
  • Clinical staffing requirement: Once per week until close at various Outpatient Pharmacy locations

Pharmacy Residency Fundamentals

  • PGY1 MAC program resident is a member of UTMC Ambulatory Pharmacy Care Team
  • Resident will interact regularly with College of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences faculty and students, in addition to UTMC clinical pharmacists and pharmacy staff
  • The ASHP Resident Learning System is used to direct resident learning
  • A resident research project is required, with results presented at Ohio Pharmacy Resident Conference and written in manuscript form
  • Teaching certificate program is offered with opportunities to provide a didactic lecture, small group facilitating, and precepting 


  • Community-University Health Care Clinic
  • Managed Care
  • Specialty Clinic
  • Transitions of Care
  • Anticoagulation Clinic
  • Family Medicine Clinic
  • Internal Medicine Clinic
  • Pharmacy Administration
  • HIV Ryan White Clinic
  • Teaching Certificate
  • Research
  • Staffing

For questions about the application process, contact Holly Smith at

Updated 6/10/2021

Last Updated: 6/27/22