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Wingate University School of Pharmacy would like to congratulate Dr. Amanda Eccleston, 2017 Preceptor of the Year!


Amanda Eccleston 2017 IPPE Preceptor of the Year!


Wingate University School of Pharmacy is proud to recognize Dr. Amanda Eccleston as our student selected 2017 IPPE Preceptor of the Year. Dr. Eccleston serves as the pharmacy manager at Publix Pharmacy in Mint Hill, NC and has precepted WUSOP students for eight years. Nominated for this award several times, she is highly regarded for her ability to challenge students to apply what they are learning in class to the rotation experience. She is intentional about tailoring the rotation to students’ previous experience, and she also serves as a role model through her leadership and service in the community. When describing her rotation experience with Dr. Eccleston, one student recently wrote these kind words: 

“ During my IPPE experience, I learned a lot from Dr. Eccleston. She taught me how to be an outstanding and compassionate pharmacist. She taught me how to empathize with patients and how to build the patient-pharmacist relationship. She was always there to answer any questions I had. She went beyond the expectations of her role as a preceptor.”

If you are a pharmacist interested in becoming a Wingate University preceptor and would like information, please contact:

Wesley Haltom, PharmD - APPE Director 704-233-8343 |

Lisa Dinkins, PharmD - IPPE Director 704-233-8348 | 

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