First year residents do not have a medical license to practice, they have a medical degree, likely awarded last May. She will never obtain a medical license without completing an internship of at least tow or three years. Being fired this publically will make finding a new residency program difficult. But keep in mind:
1. The Cleveland Clinic is one of the top medical centers in the world and there are more downwind than higher up.
2. Lets be careful of judgments on 'News' stories without hearings and more documented facts. Interns in their first few months are under unbelievable pressure and some make terrible mistakes in judgment - but learn > programs are set up to teach mold and guide.
3. I have a bit of difficulty believing a institution like Cleveland would make public this type of outlandish horror, an intern on a Facebook account bragging about giving bad drugs, sounds unlikely