Consultation Services for Patients
I. Patient Education/Drug-Interaction Service
This service provides the patient with basic information about their medication therapy to include:
These services are for information only and are not intended to treat or further diagnose your condition. Any final decisions or recommendations must be approved by your physician.
Patient Education Sessions:
These are one-on-one 20-30 min. patient counseling sessions for newly diagnosed chronic diseases that include:
1. Diabetic Patients: education provided on the signs and symptoms of hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia, administration of insulin injections, foot care, vision care, in addition to consultation on medications, etc.
2. Asthmatics patients need to be instructed on the proper techniques of using an inhaler along with consultation on asthma medications.
Payment plans are available on a case-by-case basis.
Cost: The cost is based upon the number of prescriptions the patient is taking and the complexity of the patient's medication regimen. Some Medicare Plans do cover this service, also known as Medication Therapy Mgmt(MTM). However, payment plans are available.
Feel free to contact our office today at
803-602-6777 to receive your free phone consultation!
II. Comprehensive Medication Review Package
This service provides the patient with a detailed assessment of their medication regimen to include:
***Labwork is strongly recommended***
Other services include:
Healthcare Professionals: Our Geriatric Pharmacists are available to provide training for your staff or organization. Please contact us to establish a collaborative practice agreement to set up your training session today!
Professional Organizations: Our Geriatric Pharmacists are available for speaking engagements and seminars to all educational levels and professional disciplines.
Care Transitions: One in five Medicare patients are re-hospitalized within 30 days of discharge due to medication adverse events. Our Geriatric Pharmacists are available to assist patients to organize and manage their medications at home after they've been discharged to reduce hospital re-admissions.