MultiCare Health System's Pharmaceutical Resource Clinics offer diabetes medication management for people diagnosed with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes. At each visit , you will receive education and instruction by a pharmacist experienced in diabetes treatment.
Your physician will need to complete a referral for you to be seen for diabetes medication management. You will be contacted by the clinic staff to schedule an initial appointment.
A pharmacist will work with you to to design a medication regimen to improve your blood sugar control and meet A1c goals. You will meet with a pharmacist trained in diabetes management for an initial diabetes medication consultation and follow-up as needed.
The pharmacist can start, continue, change or stop diabetes medication, as well as order necessary labs and testing supplies. The pharmacist cannot replace your doctor for diabetes checkups and other standards of care. Our pharmacists work in partnership with your doctor to help you achieve your A1c goals. Once your blood sugar goals are reached, then diabetes medication management will be turned back over to the referring provider.
There are many reasons to choose MultiCare Pharmaceutical Resource Clinics:
If you are unable to keep your appointment, please notify the office to reschedule. Failure to keep your appointments could result in termination from the program. Please notify the clinic if your telephone number changes.
Allenmore Pharmaceutical Resource Clinic
1901 S Union Ave, Bldg B, Suite #7009
Open: Mon-Fri, 8am-4:30pm (closed 12-1:15pm for lunch)
Auburn Pharmaceutical Resource Clinic
Auburn Medical Center - Plaza One
202 N. Division St. Suite #400
Open: Mon-Fri, 7am-3:30pm
Gig Harbor Pharmaceutical Resource Clinic
4545 Point Fosdick Drive NW, Suite #260
Open: Mon-Tues, 7am-5pm, Weds, 8am-4:30pm. Closed Thurs. Fri, 8am-4pm
Good Samaritan Puyallup Pharmaceutical Resource Clinic
1322 3rd St. SE, Suite #020
Open: Mon-Thurs, 7pm-4pm, Fri, 7am-3:45pm
225 176th St S
Spanaway, WA 98387
Open: Tuesdays 8am-4:30pm