Pharmacy Residency Programs
Training the Leaders of Tomorrow
The Department of Pharmacy at WFBMC is a “high touch, high tech” enterprise, consisting of over 300 employees who are responsible for providing comprehensive pharmaceutical care programs and services across the health care continuum. Pharmacists at WFBMC routinely provide clinical services to patients on more than 37 inpatient services and in a variety of ambulatory care clinics throughout the medical center. An ongoing commitment to providing the highest quality pharmacy services possible is supported by both a long history of advancing clinical pharmacy practice and employing innovative technologies wherever these powerful tools can be most effectively leveraged for safety and efficiency.
Over the past several years, the pharmacy residency program at WFBMC has 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 multiple pharmacy schools including Campbell University and Wingate University Colleges of Pharmacy. The Department of Pharmacy’s dedication to pharmacy leadership development is evidenced by the high degree of involvement of WFBMC pharmacists, both within the organization and the profession as a whole. WFBMC pharmacists can be found in leadership positions within state and national pharmacy organizations. As health systems continue to evolve, WFBMC 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
Left to right: Katie Wallace, Joanna Robinson, Coco Perry, Laura Zane, Mitch Dorn, Morgan Pendleton, Kaitlin McGinn, Kristina Rokas, Rachel Filipek, Beth Migliaccio
An index of our residency programs are located below:
Pharmacy Practice Residency (PGY1)
Advanced Pratice Specialty (PGY2)
Health System Pharmacy Administration (Masters)