At Nasaaem pharmacy in addition to pharmaceutical services, we are offering a unique service to our patients through the “Clinical Pharmacy” department.
The clinical pharmacy provides comprehensive therapeutic care by being oriented towards the chemistry, synthesis, and preparation of drugs to use the most effective treatment for each patient.
We also provide regular monitoring for patient compliance and therapy response.
To be an acknowledged leader in the provision of comprehensive patient-focused pharmaceutical services at international standards.
To provide the highest quality of pharmaceutical care to inpatients and outpatients and provide information about appropriate medication use for all health care providers.
• Sense of urgency
1. All individuals interacting with the pharmacy department will be satisfied with the level of services provided
2. Plan, develop and implement procedures that meet or exceed the international pharmacy quality standards
3. Provide pharmaceutical information to the hospital staff and patients on any issues related to the appropriate use of medication
FUNCTIONS OF HOSPITAL PHARMACY:
Forecast of demand
Selection of reliable suppliers
Prescribing specifications of the required medicament
Manufacturing of sterile or non-sterile preparations
Maintenance of manufacturing records
Quality control of purchased or manufactured products
Distribution of medicaments in the wards
Dispensing of medicaments to out-patients
Drug information source in hospitals
Centre for drug utilization studies
Implement recommendations of the pharmacy and therapeutics committee
Maintaining liaison between medical, nursing and the patient
OBJECTIVES OF HOSPITAL PHARMACY
1. To professionalize the functioning of the pharmaceutical services in hospitals.
2. To ensure the availability of the required medication at an affordable cost at the required time.
3. To plan, organize and implement the policies of the pharmacy.
4. To perform functions of the management of material, purchase, storage of essential items.
5. To maintain a strict inventory of all items received and issued.
6. To counsel the patient, medical staff, nurses and others involved in patient care
on the use of drugs, possible side effects, toxicity, adverse effects, drug interactions, etc.
7. To serve as a source of information on drug utilization.
8. To manufacture drugs, large/ small volume parenteral is critical for use in patients.
9. To participate in and implement the decisions of the pharmacy and therapeutics committee.
10. To organize and participate in research programmers, educational programmers,
11. To provide training to various members of the patient team on various aspects of drug action, administration, and usage.
12. To engage in public health activities to improve the well-being of the population.
13. To interact, cooperate and coordinate with various other departments of the hospital