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Residents

 Current residents

Lindsey Stever

College of Pharmacy: Campbell University
Area of interest: Transitions of care and precepting, with particular therapeutic interests in anticoagulation, diabetes, and cardiology
Research project: Readmission rates in patients receiving Triple Antithrombotic Therapy
Why Novant: The variety of established pharmacist-led ambulatory services meeting the unique needs of patients and operating on the forward edge of medicine gives residents in the ambulatory care program at Novant Health ample clinical experience, as well as imparting skills to remain relevant practitioners with an undisputed “seat at the table” in the ever-changing tide of healthcare.
One thing you like to do in Winston-Salem: Try new things! The downtown area is full of restaurants, cafes, breweries and the like that make for a fun time exploring.

Julia N. Percy, PharmD

College of Pharmacy: University of Tennessee Health Science Center-College of Pharmacy
Area of interest: Academia and Ambulatory care services with a focus in diabetes, anticoagulation, heart failure, and tobacco cessation.
Research project: Impact of a formalized residency feedback training program to improve preceptor and pharmacy resident performance feedback in an ambulatory care residency program.

 Past residents

2017-2018

Jennifer McGuirt, PharmD
Ambulatory Pharmacy Clinical Specialist
Novant Health in Winston-Salem, NC

Stephanie Cox, PharmD
Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Specialist
Cleveland Clinic in Weston, Florida

2016-2017

Valerie Barnett
Clinical Anticoagulation Pharmacist
Confluence Health in Wenatchee, WA

Lauren Hickman
Ambulatory care clinical pharmacy specialist
Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD

2015-2016

Mary Carpenter, PharmD
Augusta University Medical Center
Georgia

2014-2015

Jennifer Worley, PharmD
BayCare Health System
Florida