We acknowledge the UBC Pharmacists Clinic is located on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the Musqueum people. We recognize and respect that we have a shared responsibility to ensure that our practice accurately reflects Indigenous cultures, histories, and health, where appropriate.
Pharmacists are experts in how medications work for people, including their dosages, side effects, and interactions with other medications. At the UBC Pharmacists Clinic, our pharmacist clinicians use their specialized knowledge and training to offer a range of healthcare services, including comprehensive medication management (CMM), minor ailment and contraceptive services, and administration of injections.
CMM is an in-depth service where the pharmacist works closely with a patient and their care team to optimize medication use and patient health outcomes. CMM is evidence-based, collaborative and ensures the patient understands and is involved in their care decisions.
More about our services is provided in the Patients section.
Please note we do not offer prescription-filling services.
For pharmacists to practice to the maximum of their scope and provide patient-centered care that produces optimal drug therapy outcomes.
Model of patient care best practices
Site for health professional and student education
Living laboratory for health system development, innovation, evaluation and research
|Clinic opens, oﬀering in-person, telephone and video call services
|First pharmacy resident completed an education rotation
|First undergraduate student completed an education rotation
|First practice research initiative started CAMMPUS
|Collaboration with First Nations Health Authority formalized
|First issue of Our Practice newsletter published
|10,000 patient care touch points (includes clinic appointments, immunization clinics, health fairs)
|Clinic moves to 100% virtual during COVID-19 pandemic
|Inﬂuenza Immunization Clinic for UBC employees at height of COVID-19 lockdown
|First community pharmacy in BC with access to CareConnect
|20,000 patient care touch points completed
|Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy funding award – Heart Track project
|Launch COVID Antivirals Support Line for Clinicians
|Start oﬀering Minor Ailment and Contraceptive Services