Courtenay Gilmore Wilson, Pharm.D.

Assistant Professor of Clinical Educ. Clinical Instructor, Family Medicine

Dr. Wilson received her undergraduate degrees from the University of Georgia followed by her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy. She completed an ASHP accredited residency from the Boise VAMC in conjunction with the Idaho State University School of Pharmacy.  She became Board Certified in Pharmacotherapy in 2012 and in Ambulatory Care in 2015.  Dr. Wilson now serves as the Associate Director of Pharmacotherapy at the MAHEC Family Health Center where she provides comprehensive medication management for patients within an interdisciplinary team setting. Her areas of interest are chronic pain management and opioid use disorder. She serves as the pharmacist for MAHEC’s Integrated Chronic Pain Treatment and Training Project and is the project lead for MAHEC’s Opioid Dependence Treatment Program. Dr. Wilson is heavily involved in developing and disseminating novel models of care within the ambulatory care setting. She directs the PGY2 residency in Ambulatory Care and Academia with MAHEC and the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy, which embeds residents into medical practices without a clinical pharmacy presence with the goal of creating a sustainable and replicable clinical pharmacy services. As an Assistant Professor of Clinical Education with the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy, her teaching responsibilities include coordinating the PY3 elective on substance use disorder, didactic teaching, and precepting early immersion and fourth year pharmacy students, PGY1 and PGY2 pharmacy residents, and medical residents.

Ambulatory Care Clinical Pharmacy Services, Opioid Use Disorder, Pain Management, Interprofessional Care Models


  • Wilson CG, Rodriguez F, Carrington AC, Fagan EB. Development of a targeted naloxone coprescribing program in a primary care practice. J Am Pharm Assoc. 2017; 57(2S):S130-S134.
  • Scott MA, Heck JE, Wilson CG. The Integral Role of the Clinical Pharmacist Practitioner in Primary Care. North Carolina medical journal. 2017; 78(3):181-185.


  • Hitch B, Parlier AB, Reed L, Galvin SL, Fagan EB, Wilson CG. Evaluation of a Team-Based, Transition-of-Care Management Service on 30-Day Readmission Rates. North Carolina medical journal. 2016; 77(2):87-92.

  • Masterson J, Woodall T, Wilson CG, Ray L, Scott MA. Interprofessional care for patients with osteoporosis in a continuing care retirement community. J Am Pharm Assoc. 2016; 56(2):184-8.

  • Wilson CG, Grandy R. Allocating clinical ambulatory care pharmacy resources. AJHP. 2016; 73(22):1815-1823.


  • Wilson CG, Park I, Sutherland SE, Ray L. Assessing pharmacist-led annual wellness visits: Interventions made and patient and physician satisfaction. J Am Pharm Assoc. 2015; 55(4):449-54.


  • Park I, Sutherland SE, Ray L, Wilson CG. Financial implications of pharmacist-led Medicare annual wellness visits. J Am Pharm Assoc. 2014; 54(4):435-40.


  • Wilson CG, Klucken J. Calculations. In: Capstone Pharmacy Review. Eds. Mason B*, Parker DL, Lott RS. 2013; Jones & Bartlett Learning.


  • Scott MA*, Hitch WJ, Wilson CG, Lugo AM.  Billing for pharmacists’ cognitive services in physicians’ offices: Multiple methods of reimbursement.  J Am Pharm Assoc. 2012; 52(2):175-80.


  • Contraception and Teratogen Registry Analysis
    Cheng V*, Farrar M*, Saunders J, Grandy R, Wilson CG
    ASHP 51st Midyear Clinical Meeting, December 2016


  • Evaluation of Appropriate Statin Use in a Family Medicine Practice
    Kimrey C*, Wilson CG
    ASHP 49th Midyear Clinical Meeting, December 2014


  • Management of ischemic vascular disease in a family medicine pharmacotherapy clinic
    Leah Edenfield, PharmD Candidate* and Courtenay Wilson, PharmD, BCPS, CPP
    American Society Health System Pharmacists Midyear Meeting 2012, Las Vegas, NV


  • Introduction of a Pharmacy Residency Teaching Certificate Program
    JR Klucken, Pharm.D.*, MBA, B Mason, Pharm.D., FASHP, CG Wilson, Pharm.D.
    Idaho Society of Health-System Pharmacists 2011 Fall Meeting, Sun Valley, ID


  • Addition of a Clinical Pharmacist to a Primary Care Team at the Boise VAMC
    CG Wilson, Pharm.D.*, S Miller, Pharm.D., P Black, Pharm.D., BCPS
    Idaho Society of Health-System Pharmacists 2010 Fall Meeting, Sun Valley, ID
  • University of Georgia, Bachelor’s Degrees in Biology and Psychology
  • UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency, Boise VAMC/Idaho State University College of Pharmacy
  • Board-Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist
  • Clinical Pharmacist Practitioner