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Residents

 Current residents

Zauri Bradley, PharmD

Zauri BradleyCollege of Pharmacy: South Carolina College of Pharmacy – USC Campus
Area of interest: Critical care, pediatrics
Research project: TBD 
Why Novant: I was initially drawn to NHFMC because of the diverse rotations that are offered and the program’s flexibility. The positive interactions with the preceptors and pharmacy staff during my interview, solidified my decision to complete my PGY1 residency here at FMC.
One thing you like to do in Winston-Salem: Try new do-it-yourself projects from Pinterest

Mary Pat Bulfin, PharmD candidate

Mary Pat BulfinCollege of Pharmacy: UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy at Chapel Hill
Area of interest: Internal medicine
Research project: TBD 
Why Novant: Novant Health’s vison to “deliver the most remarkable patient experience, in every dimension, every time” came to life when I met the current residents and preceptors. I share Novant Health’s commitment to fostering meaningful relationships with patients by providing compassionate and comprehensive care. Building friendships with co-residents is important to me and I am excited to navigate the joys and rigors of residency with this class. The preceptors at Novant Health embrace learning as a lifestyle and I look forward to contributing to this team as I continue to grow, both personally and professionally, as a pharmacy resident.
One thing you like to do in Winston-Salem: I enjoy swing dancing and I am learning to dance Blues.

Katie Gilbert, PharmD

Katie GilbertCollege of Pharmacy: Wingate University School of Pharmacy
Area of interest: Internal medicine, infectious disease
Research project: TBD 
Why Novant: From the moment I started my interview process, I felt welcomed and at home among everyone involved in the interview process. I was also impressed by the flexibility of the program and the opportunity to explore new areas of pharmacy that I haven’t had the chance to experience yet.
One thing you like to do in Winston-Salem: I love to craft when I have spare time!

Dalton Hudgins, PharmD

Dalton HudginsCollege of Pharmacy: Campbell University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Area of interest: Pediatrics
Research project: TBD 
Why Novant: I chose Novant because of the excellent, evidence-based care and the team members willingness to teach that I was able to witness first-hand as I completed two APPE rotations at Forsyth Medical Center during my fourth year as a student pharmacist. Also, the program is flexible in the rotations that are offered and Dr. Holmes is willing to search other Novant Health facilities to find experiences that suit the resident’s interests if no such experience exists at Forsyth Medical Center.
One thing you like to do in Winston-Salem: If I’m not at the hospital fulfilling residency responsibilities, you can find me on a basketball court or softball field

Hannah Lineberry, PharmD

Hannah LineberryCollege of Pharmacy: Campbell University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Area of interest: Pediatrics
Research project: TBD 
Why Novant: During a rotation at FMC as a pharmacy student, I was able to care for complex patients with a variety of disease states and learn from extremely knowledgeable and caring pharmacists. Knowing I could have this opportunity again as a resident, along with the rotation options and flexibility of the program, are why I chose Novant.
One thing you like to do in Winston-Salem: Travel

Ryan Marshall, PharmD

Ryan MarshallCollege of Pharmacy: Campbell University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Area of interest: Critical care, infectious diseases
Research project: TBD 
Why Novant: Training at Novant presents opportunities to learn in a wide variety of practice settings. The breadth of rotations offered at a large medical center like Novant aligned sharply with my personal interests and career goals. Upon interviewing, my interactions with preceptors gave me a good sense of how knowledgeable and caring they were, and so clearly committed to both patient care and resident development.
One thing you like to do in Winston-Salem: Running and listening to sports podcasts (not necessarily at the same time)

 Past residents

2017-2018

Jake Amerine
PGY-2 Health-system medication management
UNC Medical Center
Chapel Hill, NC

James Terenyi
PGY-2 Pharmacy administration
UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy
Chapel Hill, NC

Shiyi Geng
PGY-2 Critical care resident
University of Alabama Birmingham
Birmingham, AL

Gkeemia Gibson
PGY-2 Behavioral health resident
UNC Medical Center
Chapel Hill, NC

Emily Moose
PGY-2 Internal medicine resident
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
Winston-Salem, NC

Carrie Tilton
PGY-2 Internal medicine resident
Emory University Hospital
Atlanta, GA

Dominique Smith
PGY-2 Oncology resident
Novant Health Forsyth Medical Center
Winston Salem, NC