About Our Team
About Our Team
In addition to offering great educational and residency training opportunities, we feel that the people at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center are what really make our program special. It is extremely important to each Department of Pharmacy team member that the residency experience is one of learning and personal growth in order to facilitate the cultivation future pharmacy leaders. Here are just a few of the people that will be working with you to positively shape your residency experience.
Adam Orsborn, PharmD, MS, Director of Pharmacy & Residency Program Director
On behalf of the WFBH Pharmacy Leadership Team, I am pleased to
offer the Masters / Administrative Residency in collaboration with our
partners from Duke University Medical Center, Mission Hospital, UNC
Hospital, and UNC School of Pharmacy. This program has been designed to
not only give you the skills to be a successful pharmacy leader, but
also to provide the training and experience you need to make a
difference in the ever-evolving and challenging health care environment
of the future. We welcome the opportunity to share additional
information with you about the program, as well as our medical center
and department. Most importantly, we wish you the best as you explore
the many opportunities to launch your career in our wonderful
Your interest in an Administrative Residency program couldn’t come at
a better time, as our profession is in need of future innovators and
leaders. We are dedicated to providing a residency experience that will
provide insight into the delicate balance of managing a health system
through business acumen, strategic vision, change management, and above
all quality patient care. Our philosophy of managing self and systems
while leading people will serve as the foundation for your growth and
development as a future clinician and leader in the profession. We look
forward to meeting you and sharing our compassion for pharmacy and
those we serve.
We are excited to have the opportunity to train the pharmacy leaders of tomorrow and look forward to meeting you. It has always been my passion to help residents develop and to continue to improve and grow the residency experience. I graduated with a PharmD from the University of Nebraska and experienced the two year administrative residency and master's degree at the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics with our program architect, Nate Peaty. The knowledge gained from that program has allowed us assess the strengths of our residency and identify continued opportunities to enhance our experience here by incorporating the Wake Forest culture. My current role is the Director of Pharmacy here at Wake Forest. That includes comprehensive pharmacy services built around patient transitions within 40 clinics (3 infusion clinics), 5 heme/onc infusion centers, affiliate community hospitals, specialty pharmacy, home infusion, 6 outpatient pharmacies, and patient assistance. I am heavily involved in the design of the admin residency experience and my roles include PGY2 advisor, PGY2 rotation preceptor, and mentor. At Wake Forest you will find an engaging and challenging experience designed to provide a solid foundation for your career as a pharmacy leader and push the limits of what you can accomplish. And we make sure to weave in every opportunity to have a good time!
Nate Peaty, PharmD, MS, Systems Manager – Medication Preparation & Quality, Co-Director for Administration Residency
We appreciate your interest in our department and residency program and hope you find all the information you are looking for to assist you with your decision. I have been with WFBH since 2007 and am the Systems Manager for Medication Preparation & Quality in addition to being a co-director for our Administration Residency with Adam Orsborn. Prior to Wake Forest, I attended UNC-Chapel Hill for pharmacy school and subsequently completed a MS Pharmacy Administration Residency at the University of Wisconsin. My areas of interest include process management, human resources, team dynamics/development, automation/technology, and supply chain management. It has been a unique honor and privilege to develop our pharmacy leadership training program alongside such a great leadership team. I expect you to find that at WFBH we are fully committed to providing the best training program for YOU. We take pride in getting to know our residents and quickly identifying their needs/desires and tailoring their experience for leadership training. This allows our program to focus on developing core leadership and management skills that allow our graduates to be highly effective leaders in many different settings and environments.
Mitchell Dorn, PharmD, Current 2nd Year Administration Resident
Thank you for taking a moment to visit our website to learn more about our team. My name is Mitch Dorn, and I'm the Senior Administration Resident here at WFBH. Originally from Ohio, I received my BS and PharmD in addition to a minor in business from THE Ohio State University (Go Bucks!!). When evaluating adminisrative residency programs I wanted a program that would engage me in several environments-clinical and administrative, inpatient and outpatient. The Wake Forest program is dynamic, tailored to the interests and needs of the individual resident. For me this includes care transitions development, pharmacy operations optimization, and leveraging technology to improve efficiency and maximize the value that pharmacists can provide to patient outcomes, the care team, and the organization. If I can help provide you further information on our program, please feel free to email me. Best of luck to you in your search.
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