To provide pharmaceutical care through responsible provision of drug therapy for the
purpose of achieving definite outcomes that improve the clients quality of life.
Topics in Pharmacology and Psychiatry (published quarterly)
Drug Formulary - pocket-size with extensive reference tables
University of Georgia- B.S. & Doctor of Pharmacy
Mercer University - Doctor of Pharmacy
Mercer University School of Medicine - Doctor of Medicine
Drug Research Services:
The pharmacy in responsible for the distribution and control of all research
medications at the hospital.
Drug Regimen Reviews
Client Care Committees - Practice/Staff Development/Executive
Behavior Management Process
Medicine room & pharmacy inspections
Process Improvement Teams
Adverse Drug Reactions
Medication Error Monitoring
Acute Care Hospital
Manufacturing and repackaging
Pharmacy Pick-up & Delivery Schedule
Development: Actively participate in the planning and development of the National
Conference for Psychiatric Practitioners. Opportunities for continuing education courses are
provided to licensed personnel and are certified for ACPE credits. Quarterly training is
provided for pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, nursing staff, and other pharmacy staff
members. Offer Continuing Education credits for certified pharmacy technicians.
Pharmacists provide CSH staff drug information training on a regular
Developed and maintained for each pharmacist.
Kept in the Central Pharmacy.
Includes: Pharmacist's experience; Copy of State Pharmacy License Certification; Statement
from each pharmacist certifying agreement to abide by Pharmacy By-Laws, Policies, and
Procedures of the Pharmacy and the Georgia State Board of Pharmacy Code of Professional
Conduct; and Certification of continuing education.
For further information
Dr. Phyllis M. Parks-Veal at 478-445-4043