Campbell County Medical Group will soon be starting a new service for people on long-term blood thinning
medications, such as the drug Coumadin. Research has shown that patients
often do better on this type of therapy when they have more frequent visits
and education about their treatment plan. Patients being treated for heart
problems or patients who have had frequent blood clots are often prescribed
blood thinning medicines.
Registered nurse Gail Graham will be the point of contact for the new Campbell
County Medical Group
Internal Medicine Clinic Anticoagulation Management program.
Gail will see the patient as often as every two weeks or sometimes monthly.
A simple finger stick test is used to evaluate how the medication is working,
and Gail will provide support and education along the way.
Internal Medicine physician Dr. Landi Lowell is the medical director of the program, which
will be up and running in a few weeks. Call 307.688.3636 to learn more or visit