Pharmacists practice in hospitals/health-systems, communities,
long-term care facilities, physician offices and as
consultants making contact with patients in almost every
aspect of health care. In addition to the services listed
above, pharmacists are uniquely qualified to perform a
variety of other patient care services, including medication
compounding, nuclear pharmacy, and health care
medication utilization management.
Click on one of the links at the right to learn more about various areas in which pharmacists provide direct patient care based on your role as a patient or a health care provider.
The Pharmacists as Providers resource is brought to you by the Michigan Society of Health-System Pharmacists and MPA Public Affairs Committee.
FOR HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS
If you're an elected official, click here or on the image below to access a copy of the resource geared specifically toward your role! If you have any questions about pharmacists as key providers on the health care team, please contact MPA at (517) 484-1466.