MHA Member COVID-19 Responses

MHA Member COVID-19 Responses

  • MHA Member COVID-19 Responses

The Power of Long Term Care: Pandemic Response Stories From Our Members

In these challenging times, the mission of our long-term care pharmacy members brings these health care providers many remarkable stories, experiences, and moments. Stories of determination, sacrifice, endurance, resiliency, kindness, and care.  Sharing the stories of our members, MHA hopes to showcase the role played by long-term care pharmacies in providing health care services to highly vulnerable populations, and the value these health care providers bring to the continuum of care. 

This valuable role is also explored and documented in the recent MHA study, "The Value of the Long-Term Care Pharmacist in the Delivery and Continuum of Care".  For highlights, click here .

Partners Pharmacy Supports New Jersey Field Hospitals
“Our team is incredible at getting to work quickly and heeding the call for help, providing round-the-clock pharmacy services to patients in need with a goal of minimal disruption to care and no delay to medication delivery,” said Anthony Spero, Chief Operating Officer at Partners Pharmacy. Click here to read more about how Partners Pharmacy is supporting New Jersey field hospitals using their APS PassPort™ system to dispense medication.

Consonus Pharmacy: Setting Clear Priorities during COVID-19
“The pandemic presents us with a true Black Swan event … an event that stresses our business far beyond limits previously imagined or planned for.  One of our first responses … set clear priorities that guide our actions.”, says Neil Marshall, President, Consonus Pharmacy. Click here to read about the top four priorities guiding Consonus Pharmacy and learn more about their “Positivity Campaign”.

From Saliba's Extended Care Pharmacy: Stay Strong, Stay Healthy, Persevere
Saliba's Extended Care Pharmacy, understanding the hope and strength provided with a simple thank you and a promise of support, put together a special video for nurses and caregivers.  “You are always essential; but now, more than ever, you are an indispensable component of our healthcare infrastructure, and of our united defense against the onslaught of COVID -19”, John Saliba, RPh., President.  Click here to read the letter from John Saliba, and watch the video. 

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