Overview of services:
|Aaron Will, Pharm.D., BCPS, Associate Chief Pharmacy Officer|
The Clinical and Patient Care Services Division (CPCS) of the Department of Pharmacy comprises all inpatient medical and surgical areas and their related sub-specialties. The pharmacy practice model employed within CPCS is an integrated practice model for all adult patient care areas. Specialized, population-based pharmacy services provided include those related to Nutrition Support, Anticoagulation, and Transplantation, as well as specialized services for all adult Intensive Care and Oncology units. Computerized physician-order entry (CPOE) review and verification are performed 24-hours a day for adult inpatients patient care areas in the Medication Management Center. Clinical pharmacists participate in daily patient care rounds for many medical and surgical services, and all pharmacists maintain competency to provide pharmacotherapy services to adult and geriatric patients. Clinical pharmacists are also active on unit-based, departmental, hospital-wide, and health-system-based committees, including those focused on quality improvement, information systems, medication policy, and medication safety.