Taking your medications safely is important for maintaining good health. You may be taking prescription medications or non-prescription medications or both. Our clinical pharmacist is available for rostered patients with the PEFHT to help you to understand your medications and will help to address any medication issues you may have.
Our pharmacists work collaboratively with:
- Physicians, Nurse Practitioners and Nurses
- Other PEFHT health professionals
- Hospital pharmacists
- Community-based pharmacists
The PEFHT pharmacist provides pharmaceutical care as part of the inter-professional team, with a focus on identifying, preventing and resolving medication related problems. The service ensures the use of professional practice scope and knowledge of drugs and dispensing to provide direct patient care and provide drug information and education. The program is considered a support to other PEFHT programs to assist in meeting other program goals and objectives.
Our clinical pharmacist:
- Provides individual patient assessments to identify, prevent and resolve any drug-related issues
- Provides general drug information to patients, Primary Care Providers and other interdisciplinary team members taking part in patient care
- Works collaboratively with QHC-PECM hospital pharmacist and community pharmacists to promote smooth transition when discharged from hospital
- Works with local pharmacists on new initiatives related to prescription medications
Safe Medication (US)
Location of Pharmacist
The pharmacist is located at the Harbourview Clinic at 35 Bridge Street, Picton on Monday, Tuesday Wednesday and every other Thursday.
The pharmacist is located at Sandbanks Medical Centre in Wellington every other Thursday.
Method of Referral
Patients must be referred to the clinical pharmacist by their Primary Care Provider.
Sandbanks Medical Centre
12 Prince Edward Dr.
Wellington, ON, K0K 3L0
35 Bridge Street
Picton, ON, K0K 2T0
613-476-0400 ext. 213