A Clinical pharmacist is a highly qualified health professional who trains for many years to become specialist in medicines. Clinical pharmacist role in general practice is to ensure that the medications prescribed for patients contribute to the best possible health outcomes.

Our clinical pharmacist role includes: 
Running a High Blood Pressure clinic (the purpose of this clinic is to provide support and information for patients suffering from high blood pressure, which includes analysing blood pressure readings, diagnosis, treatment, monitoring and advice on lifestyle changes).

Conducting annual medication reviews 

  • making sure medication is being taken correctly
  • finding out whether there are any side effects or interactions and if appropriate, suggesting alternatives
  • checking whether there are some medications which should be stopped or dosages changed
  • ensuring that relevant blood tests have been carried out as part of monitoring the medication.

Providing information and advice about medications (side effects, interactions etc.)

Dealing with prescription queries

Implementing medication changes after hospital discharge 

Meet our Clinical Pharmacists:

Monika Zac

Kris Zieba

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