Peninsula Community Health Services (PCHS) is a community based nonprofit organization dedicated to providing comprehensive health care services to residents of Kitsap County. We offer quality low-cost care for children and adults. Our services include primary medical care, dental care, mental health counseling, pharmacy services, and health education and promotion activities. Compassionate professionals including physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, counselors, dentists, and dental and medical assistants provide all care services at our four health centers.
Peninsula Community Health Services provides accessible, affordable, compassionate, quality health care services for our communities.
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Healthcare Specialists Added to PCHS Patient Care Teams
PCHS has added Healthcare Specialists to our clinical care teams. The Healthcare Specialists have recently finished training to add to their medical assistant skills. They are the team member who will organize and work with patients and their PCHS health care providers about their chronic health problems. They will also help the patient by working with other community health care providers. Their training included health coaching for noncomplex needs to help patients improve their health care lifestyle. They will also be providing disease management reports.
PCHS expanded its patient care teams with Healthcare Specialists in response to a federal proposal to community health centers to adopt a new model of health care: the Patient Centered Medical Home. The Patient Centered Medical Home is a team approach with the patient at the center of quality health care.
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Congratulations Jennifer Kreidler-Moss, PharmD
Peninsula Community Health Services is delighted to share the announcement from the Washington State Pharmacy Association that PCHS Director of Pharmacy, Jennifer L. Kreidler-Moss, PharmD, will be awarded the “Innovative Pharmacy Practice Award” at the WSPA annual meeting on November 2 in Grand Mound, WA. This WSPA award recognizes a practicing pharmacist or pharmacy technician using innovative pharmacy practice to improve patient care and outcomes. Dr. Kreidler-Moss will be recognized for her consistent and high-level of performance by the pharmacy community
PCHS provides pharmacy services, under Jennifer’s leadership to patients at all four of our clinic sites. Pharmacy staff supports patients to manage medications, conducts an anti-coagulation clinic in each of 4 sites, manages an innovative clinical pharmacy model with PCHS providers by pro-actively managing regular patient visits, offers diabetes education and management, engages patients with special healthcare needs, and plays a key role in the evolving patient-centered medical home model.
Dr. Kreidler-Moss would be the first to say pharmacy services are a “team sport” and that she works with the best pharmacy staff ever!
It is with pride we salute Dr. Kreidler-Moss, thank her for her leadership, and look forward to continued innovative thinking and progress within our PCHS pharmacy programs.