L & S Pharmacy is a second generation community practice pharmacy caring for patients, working with other healthcare providers, and continuing to be an integral part of their community’s healthcare team. At these pharmacies, patients find local care provider partners, offering personalized, high touch, high value services unavailable in most other pharmacies. Not all pharmacies are the same, and patients receive more than just fast, accurate, and inexpensive prescriptions at L&S. Our pharmacy culture values practice innovation and professional advocacy for the continued growth of independent community pharmacy.
Direct patient care services include:
Serve as patient-centered medication optimization service lead
Provide oversight and collaborate with community health workers for patient advocacy services
Medication Therapy Management, Transition of Care, and Medication Reconciliation services
Pharmacogenomic certification and counseling
Walk in and referral diabetes education and monthly diabetes support group
Provide patient-centered dispensing with a specialized focus on social determinants of health
Leadership and advocacy experiences are provided by participation in Community Pharmacy Enhanced Services Network (CPESN Missouri), Missouri Pharmacists Care Network (MO-PCN), Pharmacy Quality Alliance (PQA), National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA).
Please submit applications via mail as PhORCAS is not yet activated. The mailing address is Sarah Oprinovich, 2464 Charlotte St, Kansas City, MO 64108.
Applications include: letter of intent, CV, transcripts, and 3 letters of recommendation. Letters may be mailed separately from the writer or included in a sealed envelope within the application packet.
Please contact Sarah Oprinovich and email@example.com with any questions regarding application submission.
About L&S Pharmacy
University of Missouri-Kansas City has partnered with nationally-recognized community-based pharmacy practices to provide PGY-1 residency training. UMKC Community-based residencies will provide experiences in direct patient care, pharmacy management, clinical service development, research, teaching, and professional advocacy. These residency programs develop confident practitioners and effective and innovative leaders who will advance the profession and improve community health by providing superior patient care in a financially sustainable manner.