Ambulatory-Pharmacies

Ambulatory-Pharmacies

How to Reach Our Pharmacies

Patients with prescriptions from Cleveland Clinic doctors may utilize our pharmacies by calling or stopping by one of our ambulatory locations. Call 216.445.MEDS (6337) to be connected to any of our Cleveland Clinic Pharmacies, or view locations, phone numbers, and hours of a pharmacy near you.

Anticoagulation Pharmacist Services

Anticoagulation Pharmacist Services

Anticoagulation Pharmacists are trained to help people manage warfarin (Coumadin) and at times other anticoagulation medications if needed, such as enoxaparin (Lovenox). They will work closely with you, your doctor and your healthcare team to measure the level of your blood-thinning medication and adjust your medication if needed. After visits for at least 3 months, they will help to determine if a home meter might be appropriate for you to measure the level of your blood-thinning medication. They will also be able to help coordinate plans when needing to stop warfarin for a procedure. If you would like to meet with a pharmacist, be sure to ask your doctor to make a referral.

What to expect during an appointment:

During an appointment, the pharmacist will:

  • Have you watch a short video for education on warfarin, if you haven’t done so prior.
  • Address your questions about warfarin (including when to take warfarin, possible side effects, and why this medicine was prescribed).
  • Review your INR test result and discuss any medication or diet changes.
  • Adjust your medication and order additional tests, if necessary, to ensure your medication regimen is safe and effective for you.

What to bring to your appointment:

  • A list of your current medications, including over the counter medicines, vitamins, supplements and herbal remedies.
  • A list of your allergies and any medications that have caused you to have a bad reaction.

Where we are located:

Our services are available to all patients receiving primary care from Cleveland Clinic across northeast Ohio. If you prefer to see your pharmacist in person, we are located in the following primary care offices:

Primary Care Pharmacist Services

Primary Care Pharmacist Services

Primary Care Pharmacists are trained to help people manage chronic conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes, and high cholesterol. They will work closely with you, your doctor and your healthcare team to adjust your medications and develop a lifestyle plan to meet your treatment targets. You can meet with your pharmacist in person, by phone, or virtually. If you would like to meet with a pharmacist, be sure to ask your doctor to make a referral.

What to expect during an appointment

During an appointment, the pharmacist will:

  • Address your questions about medications (including when to take medications, possible side effects, and why medicine was prescribed).
  • Review home test results, such as blood pressure or blood sugar readings.
  • Make sure home monitoring devices are working properly and review how to use them.
  • Help you create a list of your medications and keep it up to date.
  • Discuss ways to enhance your health through lifestyle changes and medications.
  • Adjust your medications and order additional tests, if necessary, to ensure your medication regimen is safe and effective for you.

What to bring to your appointment

  • All current medication bottles and packages, including over the counter medicines, vitamins, supplements and herbal remedies - bring your pillbox, if you have one.
  • A list of your allergies and any medications that have caused you to have a bad reaction.
  • Home monitoring devices, such as blood pressure monitors or blood sugar meters and the results of these tests.

Where we are located

Our services are available to all patients receiving primary care from Cleveland Clinic across Northeast Ohio. If you prefer to see your pharmacist in person, we are located in the following primary care offices: