Rev. Adrian L. Dixon, D. Min, Director of Duke Raleigh and Duke Regional Hospitals' Chaplain Services and Education
Adrian is active in the Raleigh community and speaks in various settings about the role of chaplaincy and ethics. He helped develop Duke Raleigh Hospital’s chaplain services program and acted as a clinical chaplain before taking on his current role. He is an ordained Advent Christian minister and holds memberships with the Association of Clinical Pastoral Education, the Association of Professional Chaplains, and the North Carolina Chaplain's Association. In addition to his full-time role at the hospital, Adrian also pastors a church in Knightdale, NC. Email Adrian.
Amy Canosa, M. Div., CPE Program Manager for Duke Raleigh and Duke Regional Hospital
Amy is an ACPE-certified educator by the Association of Clinical Pastoral Education and endorsed by the Alliance of Baptists. Amy brings a passion for equity and inclusion to her work and has served as a DEI leader in several settings. She is also actively engaged in National ACPE leadership serving on multiple task forces and committees. Email Amy.
Donovan Waller, M. Div., CPE Certified Educator
Donovan is an ordained minister in the Trinity Full Gospel Fellowship and endorsed as a chaplain by the Chaplaincy of Full Gospel Churches. He completed an internship, residency, and ACPE-certified educator training at Emory Healthcare in Atlanta. Additionally, he served in the U.S. Army for eight years and as a youth pastor for five years in California. Email Donovan.
Mia is a Chaplain and Certified Educator Candidate with a heart for justice and a passion for liberating transformative education. Mia has spent her international career in various positions across the fields of victim support, pastoral care, and public health. She holds a Masters of International Public Health from the University of Queensland and a Masters of Divinity from Duke. She is a Certified Palliative Care Chaplain and Certified Teacher for the Community Resiliency Model. Mia is an Ordained Chaplain, commissioned and endorsed through the Federation of Christian Ministries. Email Mia.
Patricia joined Chaplain Services in 2018. She has been with Duke Raleigh Hospital since 2003 and previously held positions in the office of the President and Human Resources before joining Chaplain Services. In addition to supporting Chaplain Services, she also supports Duke Raleigh Hospital’s Rehab Clinics. Over the years, she has served on numerous hospital committees and currently is a member of the Duke Raleigh Hospital Guild. Email Patricia.