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Pharmacy
307.688.3270

Robert Quintana, Director

For those who don't know, the Pharmacy at Campbell County Memorial Hospital provides medicinal support to inpatients and outpatients, mixes all chemotherapy drugs for the Heptner Cancer Care Center, provides medication education to patients at the time of discharge, and is the only pharmacy in Gillette that provides home IV therapy.

Staff includes

  • Registered pharmacists, many of which hold a professional doctor degree in pharmacy (Pharm D)
  • Board certified pharmacy technicians

The Pharmacy routinely provides clinical experiences for students from the University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy and other institutions.

Another unique feature the Pharmacy department has is a service called ePharmacy—courtesy of a grant given to CCH from the Helmsley Charitable Trust. With ePharmacy, a pharmacist is on duty 24/7, even when a CCMH pharmacist is not at the hospital by linking the hospital to clinical experts at Avera McKennan Hospital in Sioux Falls, SD over secure data connections. When a new order for medication is written by a physician during the night, it is faxed to Avera and reviewed by the pharmacist. The medication is profiled based on the medications we use at CCMH using a secure data connection to our Pharmacy computer system. The nurse acknowledges the medication and it is given to the patient. It provides an additional level of care and monitoring for our patients.

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In 2016, Campbell County Health (CCH) is redesigning its website, www.cchwyo.org, to help the organization provide the best quality care to our patients and residents. To begin this effort, we are asking the public to answer a six-question survey on what items they would like to have on our website. The survey should take no more than five minutes to complete and will closed at noon on Friday, January 29.