Diana Leigh Raymond, PharmD, MS, CPP

While growing up in Raleigh, NC, Diana Raymond always had a passion for science and chemistry. Diana received her Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry degree from North Carolina State University in 2013. She attended graduate school at Campbell University where she received her Master of Science in Clinical Research and Doctor of Pharmacy degrees in 2018. During her last year of pharmacy school, Diana developed a passion for primary care and chronic disease state management. After completing her pharmacy school rotations, Diana chose to pursue the area of ambulatory care for her pharmacy career.

In 2019, Diana completed her first-year Pharmacy Practice residency at Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital. During her first-year residency, she completed pharmacy practice experiences in ambulatory care, critical care, infectious disease, and nephrology. She is currently completing her second-year Ambulatory Care residency at Benson Area Medical Center and Duke University.

Diana currently serves as an assistant instructor for Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences lecturing in a variety of courses including Drug-Induced Diseases, Pharmacology, Therapeutics, and electives. She has been highly involved in research in her education and residency programs and her research interests involve enhancing outpatient pharmacy services. She is expanding on these research interests as she is presently researching outpatient post-discharge medication reconciliation optimization.

Diana aspires to continue her career as a pharmacist in interdisciplinary, ambulatory care services as her expertise includes diabetes, pulmonary, and hypertension pharmacy services and she is looking forward to working with the providers and staff at Duke Family Medicine Center. In her spare time, Diana enjoys hanging out with her family, bonfires, and exercising with her dog.