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King Khalid Hospital in Al-Kharj Obtains Accreditation of Clinical Pharmacy Diploma
27 December 2020

​King Khalid Hospital and Prince Sultan Center for Health Services in Al-Kharj has obtained accreditation for the Clinical Pharmacy Program from the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties, as a joint training program affiliated with the diploma programs. ​

The diploma program aims to develop and raise the level of performance of pharmaceutical forces after obtaining the diploma. The capacity of the trainees is four in two levels, and each level lasts one year in the Clinical Pharmacy Program.  This program is one of the most important programs for pharmacists. It aims to develop their performance and raise their efficiency; to enable them to provide health care to patients in several specialties, in cooperation with multidisciplinary medical teams. It also helps pharmacists properly provide information to patients and other health care providers, as well as present research projects relevant to the clinical pharmacy practice.

The accredited Clinical Pharmacy Program includes many training courses, such as: The Drug Information Center, Department of Pharmacy, Outpatient Pharmacy, Inpatient Pharmacy, Pharmaceuticals, Department Pharmacies, Sterile Pharmaceuticals and their Preparations, Supplies and Stock, Controlled Drugs, Internal Medicine, Infectious Disease Medicine, Critical Care, Cardiology, Nephrology, Hematology and Oncology, Pediatrics, Parenteral nutrition and Organ Transplant.

Last Update : 03 February 2021 12:16 PM
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