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The pharmacy team at PeaceHealth do more than fill your prescriptions — they’re an important part of your care team. They can help track your medicines to help keep you safe. They’ll find out if you have any allergies and help to ensure you don’t experience any adverse interactions with other medications, supplements or foods.

Pharmacists have advanced training and can answer your questions about prescriptions and over-the-counter items you need for your condition. They explain what your medicines are for, how much to take, and when to take them.

When you have several prescriptions or you have complex health needs, your pharmacy team can help you manage your medicines and stay on top of your prescription refills. They focus on your health and safety, making it easier for you to take care of yourself and follow your provider’s directions. 

Pharmacy services at PeaceHealth

At PeaceHealth pharmacies, you can count on personal attention from a highly trained team.

Anticoagulation management

If you have heart problems or a vascular condition like deep vein thrombosis (DVT), your doctor will give you blood-thinning medicine to slow down your body's clotting process. This can help lower your risk of a blood clot that causes a stroke or heart attack. Your care team can keep an eye on your health to make sure the blood thinners aren’t causing problems.

Integrated pharmacy services

When you get your prescriptions from PeaceHealth, you’ll have an expert team looking out for you. Pharmacy staff works closely with your care team to keep you safe and help prevent adverse medicine interactions. They can also help you overcome problems with insurance coverage and other barriers to accessing your medications.

Medicine management consultations

If you have multiple prescriptions or you’re working with several specialists, a one-on-one consult with a pharmacist can help you take better control of your health. Talking with your pharmacist can help you learn about:

  • Prescription medicines and over-the-counter items that are part of your treatment plan and should be taken
  • Added conveniences such as large-print prescription labels and easy-open containers
  • Easier-to-swallow capsule or liquid choices for some medicines

The pharmacist will talk to you about your condition and look for ways to make it easier for you to follow your treatment plan.

Outpatient Pharmacy Specialist - Expert advice (in select clinics)

Pharmacy specialists meet with you one-on-one to make sure you understand what your medicines are for and how to take them. The pharmacy team has advanced training to answer your questions — you’ll get expert guidance for your health and wellbeing. They can assist your primary care provider in optimizing your treatment plan to achieve your health goals for a variety of conditions. Managing your chronic health conditions in partnership with your pharmacist can help you stay well.

All Pharmacy Locations