The Destination for Pharmacy Education

Clinical Health Services

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Clinical Health Services, a unit of the Division of Clinical Affairs and Outreach, has a strong commitment to optimize the economic, clinical, and humanistic outcomes of medication use and wellness interventions among all of our patients. It strives towards this mission though many innovative and collaborative patient care models, advancing experiential programs and engaging alumni.

Clinical Health Services and Patient Care

Clinical Health Services, or CHS, operates three innovative clinics and three full-service community pharmacies. In each of these settings, post-doctoral residents and Pharm.D. students train with experienced faculty and staff to provide premier patient care.

Experiential Programs Office

The Experiential Programs Office, or EPO, oversees and manages the experiential curriculum, interprofessional education and the co-curriculum. The experiential curriculum prepares students to be highly competent primary care practitioners who deliver pharmacy care in real practice settings, and with real patients, in collaboration with other health care providers.


Alumni and Professional Affairs

In addition to engaging alumni, Alumni and Professional Affairs aims to provide innovative, educational opportunities for pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and other health care professionals, both regionally and nationally. It strives to meet the needs for lifelong learning through increasing knowledge in basic and applied science and enhancing skills necessary to respond to the challenges of a rapidly changing and developing profession.

Drug Information Center

The primary mission of the Drug Information Center is to improve patient care in the state of Alabama. This is accomplished by providing on-demand consultative services, generally free of charge, to Alabama health professionals on any aspect of drugs, drug therapy, and pharmacy practice.


Vision

To be recognized as a leader in developing and implementing innovative and collaborative patient care models, advancing experiential programs and engaging alumni.


Mission

It is the mission of Auburn University’s Clinical Affairs and Outreach to develop and train a collaborative interdisciplinary team of health professions students and healthcare providers that work seamlessly to provide the highest quality medical and pharmacy services for our patients. We strive as a team to optimize the economic, clinical, and humanistic outcomes of medication use and wellness interventions among all of our patients.


Contact Us

General Questions

Phone: 334-844-4099 | hsopcao@auburn.edu


Auburn


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Auburn University Pharmaceutical Care Center (AUPCC)
2155 Walker Building / HSOP
War Eagle Way
Auburn University, AL 36849-5506
P: 334-844-4099
F: 334-844-4019
aupcc4u@auburn.edu

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Healthy Tigers Screenings
2155 Walker Building / HSOP
War Eagle Way
Auburn University, AL 36849-5506
P: 334-844-4099
F: 334-844-4019
healthytigers@auburn.edu

Pharmacist behind the counter

TigeRxMeds® Program / AU Employee Pharmacy (AUEP)
2150 Walker Building / HSOP
War Eagle Way
Auburn University, AL 36849-5506
P: 334-844-8938
F: 334-844-8983
auemployeerx@auburn.edu

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AU Student Pharmacy (AUSP)
400 Lem Morrison Drive
Auburn University, AL 36849-5506
P: 334-844-4641
F: 334-844-4969
austudentrx@auburn.edu


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AU Health Care and Education Clinic
400 Boykin Street, Suite 700
Auburn, AL 36832
P: 334-844-8911
boykinc@auburn.edu

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PGY-1 Residency Program
Contact: Dr. Dave Brackett
P: 334-844-4099
F: 334-844-4019
aupcc4u@auburn.edu

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Drug Information Center
2246 Walker Building
Auburn, AL 36849
P: 334-334-4400
F: 334-844-8366
hsopdi@auburn.edu

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Clinical Affairs and Outreach Research Opportunities
Contact: Paige Patterson
P: 334-844-8896
Alternate Phone: 334-740-1913
hsopphs@auburn.edu


Montgomery


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SEIB Healthcare Clinic
State Wellness Center
101 South Union Street
Montgomery, AL 36104
P: 334-263-8470
F: 334-263-8670
swc@alseib.org

Pharmacist and staff member behind the counter

SEIB Pharmacy
State Wellness Center
101 South Union Street
Montgomery, AL 36104
P: 334-263-8460
F: 334-263-8660
seibrx@alseib.org


Last Updated: May 20, 2021