This Federally Qualified Health Center is a nonprofit organization committed to providing comprehensive primary health care to the citizens of Raleigh County and surrounding areas. The site has continued to grow and operates health centers in convenient locations, including several pharmacies.
AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin HIV (Ryan White Part C)
The AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin is home to the ARCW Medical Center - Wisconsin's largest and fastest growing HIV health care system. Through its integrated medical, dental and mental health clinics along with its pharmacy and dedicated social services that include food pantries, a legal program, and social work case management, more than 3,300 HIV patients in Wisconsin gain the health care and social services they need for long-term survival with HIV disease from ARCW.
CareSouth Carolina, CHC
CareSouth Carolina, a not-for-profit Federally Qualified Health Center, serves more than 30,000 patients at its twelve facilities across Eastern South Carolina. CareSouth Carolina delivers comprehensive services, including family practice, pediatrics, dental, pharmacy and community outreach. CareSouth Carolina's pharmacy also provides a number of services including Medication Therapy Management, vaccinations, and Diabetes Education. CareSouth Carolina is expanding from one physical location to four pharmacies by spring of 2016.
Center for Inherited Blood Disorders (CIBD), HTC
CIBD is a non-profit, community-based subspecialty clinic, specializing in all blood disorders. CIBD is designated as a Federally Funded Hemophilia Treatment Center (HTC) and owns and operates an in-house pharmacy. CIBD is committed to providing education, support and services to deliver comprehensive care for all patients and is involved in numerous state and national associations including the Alliance for Integrated Medication Management, the Institute for Safe Medication Practice, the Joint Commission and the American Thrombosis and Hemostasis Network.
DuBois Regional Medical Center, DSH
DRMC is located in rural Pennsylvania with an inpatient pharmacy, multiple contract pharmacies, and numerous outpatient facilities. DRMC also maintains an extensive clinical pharmacy program that includes anticoagulant dosing, narrow-therapeutic-range drug monitoring, and an antimicrobial stewardship program.
Family Health Services of Darke County, Inc. is a not-for-profit community health center located in Greenville, Ohio. Our mission is to help our patients “build healthy lives” for themselves and their families.
Five Rivers Health Centers (FRHC) FQHCLA
FRHC serves as a medical home for low-income patients of Dayton, Ohio. FRHC provides primary and specialty care services and recently added a special population homeless site. The pharmacy program is actively involved in collaborative drug therapy management, medication therapy management, and participates in the Alliance for Integrated Medication Management Collaborative (AIMMC). FRHC trains students from Colleges of Pharmacy in Ohio and has a PGY-2 Ambulatory Care Residency in conjunction with the University of Cincinnati.
Hennepin County Medical Center, DSH
HCMC maintains ambulatory clinical services in multiple primary care and specialty care clinics and has an extensive patient assistance program. HCMC also has a residency program with rotations in critical care, solid organ transplant, and ambulatory care settings.
Loyola University Medical Center Urban DSH
Loyola Medicine offers the advanced technology and extraordinary skills of a leading academic medical center, yet their nurses, physicians and other staff treat patients first as a person. Loyola University Medical Center is one of Chicago’s leading academic medical centers and is nationally ranked by U.S. News and World Report. Loyola physicians are members of the faculty of Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine. In addition to the main 559-licensed-bed Loyola Hospital, the LUMC campus is home to renowned centers of excellence including: Cardinal Bernardin Cancer Center, Ronald McDonald® Children's Hospital, Center for Heart & Vascular Medicine, Burn Center, Level I Trauma Center, and Loyola Outpatient Center.
340B participating entities selected to become Peer-to-Peer leading practice sites will receive:
Stipend for two years of participation
Acknowledgement in publications
American Pharmacists Association membership for two leadership team members
Financial support for select conference attendance to represent 340B stakeholders
A participation plaque