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Clinical Services and Activities Overview

Clinical Pharmacy Specialist
Practitioners provide bedside pharmacotherapeutic management in a variety of clinical settings through direct interaction with nurses, physicians, and other ancillary staff during and outside of interdisciplinary rounds.

Drug Information Center
The Drug Information Center supports information requests from healthcare professionals practicing at Charleston Area Medical Center (CAMC) and affiliated sites. When the drug information center is closed, the on-call service responds to requests for drug information. 

Adverse Drug Reaction Reporting
The adverse drug reaction reporting program is coordinated through the Drug Information Center.

Therapeutic Interchange
The formulary at CAMC is closed and governed by the Pharmacy &Therapeutics committee.  Updated lists of therapeutic interchanges are provided by the Drug Information Center.

Nutrition Support
Residents, in collaboration with clinical specialists, provide weekend coverage for patients requiring nutrition support. Residents are responsible for the continuation of therapy in patients previously receiving parenteral nutrition, as well as the assessment and initiation of parenteral nutrition for newly consulted patients

Code team
Residents receive Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) training during orientation.  Clinical staff pharmacists respond to every code.


Questions about our clinical pharmacy program can be sent to the Director of Clinical Services:
Brian Hodges , Pharm.D., BCPS, BCNSP
Fax: 304-347-1350

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