Residency Programs

Pharmacy Residency Programs
Training the Leaders of Tomorrow


The Department of Pharmacy of Wake Forest Baptist Health is committed to providing the highest quality of training to prepare pharmacists to be excellent, patient-centered practitioners. 

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Over the past several years, the pharmacy residency programs at WFBH have graduated many outstanding residents who have taken positions in some of the nation’s leading medical centers and universities. In addition to residency education, the pharmacy department hosts numerous pharmacy students as part of its relationships with Campbell University and Wingate University Schools of Pharmacy. The Department of Pharmacy’s dedication to pharmacy leadership development is evidenced by the high degree of involvement of WFBH pharmacists, both within the organization and the profession as a whole. As health systems continue to evolve, WFBH Pharmacy is leading the way in providing pharmacists with the leadership and clinical skills needed to be successful in modern healthcare settings.


Meet the current residents

Pharmacy Residents 2015-2016

Left to right: Front row: Marie Cavalier, Julie Carrington, Ashley Wester, Lauren Payne.
Middle row: Becky Bookstaver, Christy Lee, Jana Sigmon, Ali Baker, Amanda White, Julie Dattero.
Back row: Jerod Braschler, Mac Ovenell, Dustin Carr, Justin Arnall, Matt Watson, Corey Simmons.

Residency Programs Offered

PGY1 Pharmacy Practice (4 positions)
PGY1 Community Pharmacy (2 positions)
PGY2 Specialty Residencies

  • Infectious Diseases
  • Pediatrics
  • Critical Care
  • Internal Medicine
  • Oncology (2 positions)

PGY1/PGY2/MS Health System Pharmacy Administration (2 positions available each year)

Quick Reference

Pharmacy Residency Program

WFBMC Department of Pharmacy

Medical Center Boulevard

Winston-Salem, NC 27157

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WFBH Pharmacy Department Wins 2014 ASHP Best Practices Award

WFBH Pharmacy Department Wins 2014 ASHP Best Practices Award

Pharmacy efforts in Code Sepsis initiative helped reduce time to effective antibiotic administration and improve sepsis-related mortality. ​ ​  

Last Updated: 11-20-2015
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