You may certainly consider Executive MBA Program; It is never late. You have an excellent background and depending on where you want to go in the future career, you can consider several different schools with various Executive MBA Programs specifically designed for Pharmaceutical & Healthcare professionals.
For instance take a look at the Executive MBA Candidate profile at Saint Joseph's University (http://www.sju.edu/majors-programs/grad ... executives
Average industry experience: 10 years
Average age range: 30-38
Average GPA: 3.1
Male/Female ratio: 48% male, 52% female
Educational background: 72.5% Bachelor's Degree, 21% Master's Degree, 1% Juris Doctor, 1% Ph.D., 4.5% Pharm.D.
Functional expertise: middle to senior level management positions in sales, marketing, market research, marketing operations, finance, clinical research, and product management.
or Warton: http://www.wharton.upenn.edu/mba/academics/mbamd.cfm
I am sure you can find more schools depending on your interest and future plans.
If you learn to do things that you need to do - then someday - you can do things that you want to do.