Ambulatory Care Clinics

The Ambulatory Care Clinics serve more than 8,500 patients annually through the medical teaching program. Our Ambulatory Care clinical pharmacists provide patient care in the following pharmacist-run clinics under medical staff-approved protocols:

  • Anticoagulation Clinic
  • Diabetes Teaching Clinic
  • Tuberculosis Prevention Clinic
  • Compliance/Polypharmacy Clinic
  • Therapeutic Management Services

These pharmacists also work with the medical staff in the following clinics:

  • Medicine Clinic
  • Infectious Disease Clinic

Ambulatory Care clinical pharmacists play an important role in educating patients on their medication regimens and preventing potential medication-related adverse events. The pharmacist works with doctors and nurses to develop the most appropriate medication regimen for each patient. The goal in this setting is prevention and wellness.