Clinic Pharmacists are available as part of the health care team to support clients with medication and health related questions or concerns. The Clinic Pharmacists will work collaboratively with the Clinic Social Workers and other health care providers to support client needs. Read more about the Clinic Pharmacy Program [283KB].
- Clinic Pharmacists: Emily Black, BSc(Pharm), ACPR, PharmD; Harriet Davies, BSc(Pharm), CDE, M.Ed; Andrea Murphy, PharmD.
Download our Pharmacist Referral form [173 KB] (we welcome referrals from clients, and other health care providers).
Our Pharmacy Program
Pharmacists and Pharmacy Students serving Clinic clients will endeavor to provide pharmacy patient care in collaboration with the other health care professionals within the clinic. The Pharmacist’s Patient Care Process (PPCP) taught at the Dalhousie College of Pharmacy will be followed as appropriate to the client care situation presented. Pharmacy Students must always have an appropriate level of supervision by a Pharmacist. All patient documentation must be co-signed by a Pharmacist and stored in the clinic files. Pharmacists working in the Clinic hold direct patient care licenses with the Nova Scotia College of Pharmacists (NSCP).