How We Make A Capsule

MD’s, Veterinarians, ND’s, and Dentists are helping to take their patients health to new heights by offering the very best medical solutions there are online collaboration tools. Personalized solutions that go far beyond the norm. These solutions are often developed by a Compounders team – amazingly talented people with the ability to problem solve like few others. So have you ever wondered how compounders do what they do? Here is an inside look at one talent: making capsules.


More at: kelley-ross.com/compounding


Tablet Splitting


From time to time, your doctor or pharmacist will ask you to split a tablet in half – but why and how do we do that?


Why taking your meds is critical to your health

What exactly is Medication Compliance and why is it so important to ones health and well being?

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Medication compliance (or adherence) simply means sticking to your prescription. Adhering to medication is taking the medication as directed by a health care professional – whether taken in pill form, inhaled, injected, or applied topically. Not taking medication as prescribed is called non-adherence. Many people never fill their prescriptions, or they may never pick up their filled prescriptions from the pharmacy. Other people bring their medication home, but don’t follow their health care professional’s instructions – they skip doses or stop taking the medicine.

Specifically, non-adherence includes:
• Not filling a new prescription or refilling an existing prescription when you are supposed to
• Stopping a medicine before the instructions say you should
• Taking more or less of the prescribed medicine
• Taking the medicine at the wrong time

More at: scriptyourfuture.org


VIDEO: In-Home Medication Coaching

For a growing amount of our population, medications can be overwhelming, and even scary at times – particularly when a patient takes a myriad of medications for differing health issues.

Our concierge-style approach to medication management is quite literally changing the way people understand, appreciate and take their meds Our pharmacists truly get to know the patient, their needs, their goals, and all of their meds. They even coordinate between healthcare providers, doing whatever it takes to Turn Chaos Into Order.

More at: https://www.kelley-ross.com/cpi/mtm/


The History Of Our Naloxone Program


Learn more about the history and reasons behind our entry into the world of Naloxone and why we continue to want to saves lives.   More at: kelley-ross.com/polyclinic/naloxone/


So You Want To Be A Pharmacist?

Pharmacist in Training <Blog Series> There are many varied paths to become a pharmacist. Historically, most pharmacists have had one of two degrees: Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm.) Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.). Since the late 1990s, the Pharm.D. has been considered standard by most in order to practice in the United

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Kelley-Ross is an independently owned corporation operating 4 pharmacies in Seattle. Kelley-Ross provides a wide range of pharmacy services, including prescription dispensing, compounding, medi-set packaging, compliance packaging, long-term care facility services, consultant pharmacist services, immunizations and a variety of health screenings.

We provide Clinical Community Care. This means that our staff combines expert medication therapy management and clinical skills, with caring, patient centered pharmacy services. By using the triad approach – patient, provider and pharmacist – we can help patients maximize their healthcare resources while achieving optimal health outcomes.

Our high service level and commitment to problem solving has made Kelley-Ross the pharmacy of choice for patients and providers across the Northwest.