Expertise offered by your pharmacist is critical to your diabetes management.
Before your diagnosis with diabetes, you may never have questioned the safety of the non-diabetes medications you take. But managing your diabetes requires attention to the prescription drugs, over-the-counter remedies, and even dietary supplements you may be taking. Your pharmacist is an important member of your diabetes care team, trained to identify and help you avoid medication interactions that can negatively affect your health.
Following your pharmacist’s recommendations, even on something like a daily vitamin or cold medication, is key to controlling your blood sugar and managing your overall condition.
Several pharmacies are located within easy distance from Harold Hamm Diabetes Center clinics in both Oklahoma City and Tulsa.
OU Physicians Pharmacy: 825 NE 10th Street | (405) 271-6446
OU Children’s Physicians Pharmacy: 1200 Children's Ave., Suite 2A | (405) 271-2156
OU Family Medicine Pharmacy: 900 NE 10th Street | (405) 271-2333
OU-Tulsa Clinic Pharmacy: 4444 E. 41st Street, Main Floor | (918) 619-4990