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Community-based pharmacy residents experience a variety of practice sites and opportunities consistent with an academic medical center.
We strive to assist our residents in achieving their full potential as clinicians, educators, and individuals.
Our residency program is designed to enhance the resident’s autonomy and confidence in pharmacotherapy management and prepare the resident for a career as a critical care specialist.
The purpose of the Wake Forest Baptist Health PGY2 Infectious Diseases residency is to train residents to provide pharmaceutical care for patients with infectious diseases and to achieve a distinguished professional career as an infectious diseases pharmacist.
The PGY2 Internal Medicine Residency at Wake Forest Baptist Health is a 12-month full-time ASHP accredited postgraduate training experience based within the Wake Forest Baptist Health.
Our residency allows a diverse experience with the opportunity to practice independently while growing in knowledge to prepare to become a board certified oncology pharmacist.
Wake Forest Baptist Health offers a 1-year postgraduate year 2 (PGY2) pediatric pharmacy residency at Brenner Children’s.
Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist is proud to offer a postgraduate year 2 (PGY2) specialty residency in Investigational Drugs and Research.
The combined 2-year residency/master of science in health-system pharmacy administration and leadership program provides residents with the knowledge, skills and experiences necessary to assume a variety of roles and leadership positions.