Highlands Apothecary, University Medical Center Pharmacy, Specialty Pharmacy, The Kirklin Clinic Pharmacy, Ambulatory Infusion Therapy
Ambulatory Pharmacy Services are offered in many of the specialty clinics at UAB Hospital and The Kirklin Clinic at UAB Hospital, such as Transplant, Hematology/Oncology, HIV, Hepatology, Rheumatology, Gastroenterology, Infusion Therapy, and Neurology. Pharmacists in these areas are considered the medication experts within these specialties, working in conjunction with four outpatient pharmacies and a home infusion pharmacy to meet the needs of both patients and providers. Pharmacy practitioners in these ambulatory areas may provide lifelong care for patients with chronic conditions, allowing them to develop lasting relationships.
Pharmacy Informatics & Regulatory Affairs
Informatics, Education & Development, Therapeutic Policy Management
Therapeutic Policy Management directs clinicians with regard to drug evaluations, utilization, and guidelines. Pharmacy Informatics plays a critical role in the building, testing, education, and support of our computerized physician order entry system (CPOE), as well as our automated medication management system (AMMS).
Pharmacy technicians are essential team members in every setting and assist the pharmacists in providing safe, timely, and compassionate patient care. In each area, technicians work collaboratively with pharmacists and support them in their daily activities whether making IV fluids, pulling medication orders, delivering medications to nursing units, or packaging and labeling prescriptions. Every technician can participate in medication error prevention by reporting prevented and actual medication-related errors. Learn more >>
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