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Current Residents

PGY1/PGY2/MS Health-System Pharmacy Administration & Leadership

Brooke Baggett

Brooke Baggett, PharmD

PGY2 Pharmacy Administration
Moses Cone Memorial Hospital
MS Candidate 2020

Education: Lipscomb University College of Pharmacy

Hometown: Brentwood, Tennessee

Residency Research: Building Resilience among Pharmacy Staff in Large, Community Health System

Practice Interests: Clinical and Operational Management, Leadership Education, Medication Quality and Outcomes

Why Residency?: I chose Cone because of the unique culture and amazing people. Cone offers a well-rounded and challenging clinical experience, while fostering personal growth through mentoring. The HSPA program offers unmatched opportunities to network and learn from healthcare leaders. Overall, the experience as a Cone resident is supportive and rewarding.


Amy Thompson

Amy Thompson, PharmD, MBA

PGY1 Pharmacy Administration
Moses Cone Memorial Hospital
MS Candidate 2021

Education: Wingate University

Hometown: Greensboro, North Carolina

Residency Research: Impact of a pharmacist-led PrEP clinic to prevent HIV infection in high-risk patients

Practice Interests: Pharmacy administration, hematology, oncology

Why Cone: I love the people and the culture here that having fun is essential. Cone is unique in that we place caring for each other at the same level of importance as caring for our patients. Cone is also a great place to grow as a clinician because the environment is so supportive. Since Cone Health has a dedicated cancer center, I knew I would be able to pursue clinical rotations that would appeal to my interests in oncology.


Joshua Tessin

Joshua Tessin, PharmD, ASQ-CQPA

PGY1 Pharmacy Administration
Moses Cone Memorial Hospital
MS Candidate 2021

Education: Samford University

Hometown: Homewood, Alabama

Residency Research: The intervention of a clinical pharmacist on discharge using predictive analytics to identify high-risk readmission patient populations.

Practice Interests: Family medicine, pharmacy administration, quality and process improvement, high-reliability team development, Lean and Six Sigma methodologies, statistical process control

Why Cone: The Cone Health Culture is what brought me here and will keep me here. Everyone I met during my interview was excited to be at their job. They loved what they did each day, took ownership of their designated area, and pushed continually to improve to progress patient care. This resonated immediately with my passion for quality and process improvement. I loved the robustness of a community hospital and the ability to re-engineer operations on the fly when necessary. Further, I enjoyed my community hospital rotation during my fourth year pharmacy rotations, which included rounding with medical residents in the family medicine teaching service. I was very pleased to find the same opportunity at Cone Health. The culture of Cone Health makes the difficulties and challenges of pharmacy residency a much smoother transition from student to practicing clinician.