Long-Term Care Pharmacy
Available for emergency contact after-hours
Our Long-Term Care program provides complete medication services to patients in skilled nursing and assisted living facilities, adult foster homes and private homes. Our pharmacists specialize in medications for geriatric, pediatric and end-of-life care, and can provide custom unit-dose packaging and unique dispensing solutions to fit each patient's needs.
Our pharmacists specialize in geriatric, pediatric and end-of-life care. Providence Long-Term Care Pharmacy participates as provider for the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly program, which is a unique model of care delivery that provides geriatric and palliative care for our community’s most vulnerable older citizens.
We provide pharmaceutical services for the Center for Medically Fragile Children, a pediatric skilled-nursing facility, which provides 24-hour acute and respite stays. Providence Long-Term Care Pharmacy also provides pharmaceutical care and medication services for hospice patients throughout Oregon.
Prior to enrollment into a patient management program the patient must understand their rights and responsibilities to participate.
- The right to receive information about the patient management program
- The right to know about the philosophy and characteristics of the patient management program into which they are being enrolled
- The right to have personal health information shared with the patient management program in accordance with state and federal laws
- The right to know the staff member(s) who work with the program along with their job title, and the right to speak with a supervisor if requested
- The right to receive any administrative information regarding changes in or termination of the patient management program
- The right to decline participation, disenroll or revoke consent at any time
- Actively participate in decision about your health care
- Be responsible to complete any forms that the program requires for participation to the extent required by law
- Provide accurate contact and clinical information and notify the patient management program of changes in this information
- Notify your treating provider of your participation in the patient management program