Griffin Pharmacy is an onsite pharmacy located in Professional Office Building III. Hours of operation are Monday - Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The phone number to Griffin Pharmacy is 205-785-1131.
Their services include custom prescription compounding, home medical equipment, incontinent care products, home oxygen therapy and wound care supplies as well as a full service pharmacy.
Staffed with certified pharmacists and caring professionals, they provide custom fitting of specialty items and prosthetics for cancer patients and durable medical supplies.
- ACLS Pharmacology Education
Pharmacists provide classes for hospital professionals seeking certification in Advanced Cardiac Life Support.
- Adverse Drug Reaction Hotline
This provides a centralized reporting of unexpected reactions to medications. It is available to physicians and nursing service.
- Antibiotic Monitoring Service
All orders are monitored for appropriate dosing based on pharmacokinetic characteristics, route, duration, serum level, and formulary compliance.
- Clinical Pharmacy Specialistshave pharmacy residency training and provide consultation to prescribers regarding safe and effective medication management to ensure optimal outcomes with drug therapy.
- Drug Information
The pharmacy provides comprehensive information to professionals as well as patients.
- Medication Use Evaluation Program
Medication use is evaluated, reviewed and then presented to the Pharmacy Therapeutics and Human Use Committee (PTHUC).
- Formulary Service
The pharmacy maintains a list of medications that may be used by hospitalized patients.
- Intravenous Admixture Service
Princeton Pharmacy provides a complete and wide variety of admixtures for surgery, pain management, critical care and other modalities.
- Medical Resident Education
Educational activities are provided through lectures, rounds with Staff Medicine, and publications.
- Medical Mission Support
Several staff members are actively involved in providing medical aid to less fortunate populations.
- Nursing In-services
Lectures are tailored to meet nursing needs. Pharmacy works with nursing service to develop current topic in-services.
- Metabolic Support Service
The pharmacy follows specific nutritional needs of hospitalized patients. Recommendations are made on enteral and parenteral nutrition formulations, as well as appropriate laboratory analysis.
- Patient Counseling/Classes
Patients and family members are taught about their medications as required. Also classes are offered for some patient groups, such as diabetics.
- Pharmacokinetic Consults
Certain medications require a high degree of monitoring. Pharmacy provides services to ensure these medications are dosed in a safe and effective manner.
- Pharmacy Student intern/extern/clinical program
Through cooperation with schools of pharmacy, Princeton provides educational and practical experience for students as they progress toward graduation.
- Long Term Care Consultation
The pharmacy provides consultation for the extended care facility at Princeton.
- Unit Dose/Automated Dispensing
The pharmacy supplies unit dose medications to all units through medication dispensing machines throughout the hospital. Physician orders are transmitted and filed in pharmacy using a physician order management system.
Alabama Society of Health-System Pharmacists
Alabama Board of Pharmacy
Auburn University School of Pharmacy
Samford University School of Pharmacy
For more information regarding Princeton Baptist's Pharmacy and Clinical Services program, call us at 1-877-2BAPTIST.