LTC Facilities Corner

Our team of pharmacists and pharmacy technicians is familiarized with medication compliance needs for long term care facilities. Each medication dispensed to our facilities meets those guidelines. We serve adult residential facilities, residential care facilities for the elderly, independent living facilities, group homes, adult day programs, and individuals that are living independently assisted by ILS and SLS providers. We support our care providers by providing them with tools that can prevent a medication error.

Free Medication Delivery

Same day medication delivery service for new prescriptions or requests sent to the pharmacy by or before 3pm.

Cycle Medication Replacement

Cycle Medications are delivered 5 days before the cycle starts  with all the records that meets the facility needs.

Records

Medication Administration & Documentation Records (MAR)

Physician Order Records

Centrally Stored and Destruction Records

Dietary Records

Treatment Records

Packaging Delivery Record

Consultant Pharmacist Services

These services are tailored for those facilities that require quarterly pharmacist reviews and interventions; facilities with multiple medication errors etc. For these contracts contact Mrs. Martha Rodriguez for more information.

Regional Center Vendor

We are an active member of the Regional Center community. We can assist with the POS request for those individuals that do not have an active insurance or medications that are not cover under their insurance.

Education

Education

We are an Approved Vendor by the Department of Social Services for Administrator Continuing Education Units. Our club members receive free continuing Education units towards their administrators’ recertification. For a list of the approved continuing education courses, go to our education link on the home page.

Medication Education Training for Staff

Our Clinical Pharmacist educators will go to your facility to provide medication training to all staff. We have two sets of medication education training; the first set  prepares a caregiver to start assisting residents to take their medication; the second set is continuing medication education trainings for those that are already assisting residents take medications.