Clinical Services

PROVIDING QUALITY CLINICAL CARE AND EXPERTISE TO DIVERSE POPULATIONS

Clinical Services

The School of Pharmacy and Health Professions delivers the highest degree of care to a diverse population of patients and families. We provide pharmacy services, as well as clinical pediatric services in our therapy center. We also offer critical services to pharmacists nationwide with our in-house drug information and medication therapy management centers.  

The Creighton Pediatric Therapy Clinic team of specialists includes occupational therapists, physical therapists and speech therapists who work together to provide individualized treatment plans and quality care with a personal touch.

Our Creighton University Campus Pharmacy staff provides a wide spectrum of comprehensive services for the whole patient, including blood pressure monitoring, immunization, medication review and glucose meter education.

The Center for Drug Information and Evidence Based Practice offers a wide range of unbiased, timely information consultations to pharmacists nationwide. These consultations allow pharmacists to make informed decisions about dosing, drug interactions, adverse drug reactions, therapeutic reviews and recommendations.

Our Center for Medication Therapy Management provides comprehensive medication reviews for patients. These reviews include a personal medication record, a personal medication action plan that allows the patient to track progress and better their engagement in their medical care. The plan is shared with the patient’s health care provider, allowing all parties to effectively communicate and support the mission of Interprofessional care and dialogue.

The School of Pharmacy and Health Professions offers a variety of continuing education courses online or live in the classroom. Notable experts who are leaders in the field and specialize in diverse health care settings will help you build your  professional skills, expertise, and gain certification. 

We appreciate your interest in our clinical services and encourage you to learn more about becoming a patient or collaborative partner.