Pharmacist Provider Services
If you're juggling multiple medications for a chronic disease, consider a visit with one of our pharmacist providers to help you manage and monitor your medications.
Having a pharmacist fully integrated as a member of the primary care team means that you'll have the opportunity to benefit from the pharmacist’s experience and specialized medication knowledge.
Studies have shown that when a pharmacist is included in a health care team, your care improves due to fewer repeat emergency department admissions and improved medication prescribing.
If you have a chronic conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure or congestive heart failure, the pharmacist can monitor your medication results, adjust dosages and prevent dangerous drug interactions. This may help you reduce your health care costs.
Our pharmacists are board certified or board eligible in pharmacy specialties with years of college and post-collegiate training as a registered pharmacist (RPh) or Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD).
Studies have shown that when a pharmacist is included in a health care team, care improves due to fewer repeat emergency department admissions and improved medication prescribing.
We partner with your primary care or specialty care provider to oversee a range of health care needs, including:
If your provider prescribes an anticoagulant to help you deal with blood clots, we can help you manage your medication in order to prevent bleeding or clotting complications. Learn more about the anticoagulation program
Our pharmacists are lipid specialists with advanced training in cholesterol management and will help you reduces your risks for heart disease. Learn more about the lipid management program
We'll partner with you to weigh the risks and benefits of your diabetes medications. Learn more about the diabetes management program
Hypertension or high blood pressure is one of the most common reasons for visits to providers’ offices. Your provider may refer you to us to help manage your blood pressure. Learn more about the hypertension program
If you are on multiple medications, let our pharmacist check for potential side effects and drug interactions. Learn more about the medication consultation program.
Our pharmacists have specialized training in smoking cessation therapies and offer a focused, one-on-one approach to help you stop. Learn more about the smoking cessation program
Where can I visit the pharmacist?
We consult patients in our practice, which is located at EvergreenHealth Medical Center in Kirkland.
Pharmacists are available on-site for patients at EvergreenHealth Primary Care clinics in Redmond and Woodinville, and at EvergreenHealth Internal Medicine in Kirkland.
How to Get Started
To begin your care with a pharmacist, you will need a referral from your primary care physician.
Once we have received a referral from your physician, we will contact you to schedule your first appointment.
The visit with a pharmacist is most often covered by your insurance. A co-pay may apply.
Information for Patients
What training do EvergreenHealth Pharmacist Provider Services pharmacists have?
Our pharmacists are board certified/board eligible in Pharmacy Specialties with years of college and post-collegiate training as a registered pharmacist (RPh) or Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD).
How will my Primary Care provider work with Pharmacist Provider Services?
Pharmacists will not diagnose and won’t replace your primary care provider’s role in your care. Their focus is on optimizing the medications you take for chronic conditions.
The pharmacist's notes on your visits are available to your primary care provider in the MyNavigator electronic medical record.
How will I be billed for my visit with the pharmacist?
EvergreenHealth Pharmacist Provider Services will bill for services received during each visit. This will be separate from any services received as part of your primary care visit.
Similar to your other provider visits, your usual co-pay will apply to pharmacist visits.