What do Wingate University School of Pharmacy students do after they graduate? These pharmacy stories feature recent graduates from the Hendersonville campus.
Students who attend Wingate’s Hendersonville campus enjoy a charming town in western North Carolina that offers picturesque mountains and a downtown calling your name. You’ll even find painted statues of bears on Main Street. Seriously. The Wingate campus itself offers must-see attractions as well. The facility is brand-new and features:
- Assessment rooms
- Exam rooms
- Labs stocked with supplies
- A serenity garden
- Smart classrooms
- Study spaces throughout the facility
And you’ll be right in the middle of a healthcare environment since Wingate’s physician assistant program, Pardee Healthcare system and Blue Ridge Community College share space in the building. Plus, the graduate pharmacy classes are small, and the professors are eager to help you succeed.
Recent Pharmacy Graduates
These pharmacists got their start at Wingate University School of Pharmacy’s Hendersonville campus. Read what they’re doing now and how Wingate prepared them:
- Ryan Neal, who found his swagger on the Hendersonville campus
- Nur Edwards, who learned to bring a modern approach to her family’s pharmacy practice
- Hannah Crowe, who found her perfect niche as a P4
- Parth Thakkar, who had the opportunity to develop professional and personal relationships
If you choose Wingate pharmacy school’s Hendersonville campus, you’ll find yourself “immersed in the culture of healthcare,” as Dr. Treavor Riley says in this short YouTube video. See what other professors and students say about the healthcare campus in Hendersonville.
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