PDC Pharmacy's Statement and Response to COVID-19

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Passavant Memorial Homes Family of Services' (PMHFOS) Notice Regarding IT Network Event

WhoServe

PDC Pharmacy was established in 2000 as a subsidiary of Passavant Memorial Homes, a non-profit, human service provider. We specialize in providing high quality pharmacy services to agencies and families who serve individuals with intellectual disabilities (ID).  With over 100 years of experience in the Intellectual Disabilities field, we understand the unique needs and regulations of the ID community.

MissionMatters

PDC Pharmacy was created to substantially improve the level of pharmacy services for individuals with intellectual disabilities. We pride ourselves in being solution-focused, operationally excellent and quality-driven. By living out these values we believe we create a substantially better pharmacy experience for our customers than our competition.

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PDC Pharmacy and Passavant Memorial Homes Family of Services (PMHFOS) continually maintains regulatory compliance in all aspects through a focus and partnership with local, state, and federal regulatory entities and associated regulations.
PDC Pharmacy’s and PMHFOS’s respect and commitment to compliance including the privacy of the individuals that we are honored to serve are of upmost importance. Through continual training and education with all employees, contractors, and associated vendors, PMHFOS has a full-bodied focus and respect for patient confidentiality. Please check out this commitment defined by PMHFOS’s Notice of Privacy Practice (NOPP). By reviewing this page, you are honorably attesting to the acknowledgement of PMHFOS’s NOPP.
PDC Pharmacy and PMHFOS continue to uphold and honor the importance of equal opportunity in both admissions and employment. PDC Pharmacy and PMHFOS prohibits discrimination in any employment action; in admissions, referrals, operations, or delivery of services against individuals because of their race; color; national origin; sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender, and/or gender identity); creed; religious affiliation; disability; age; ancestry; genetic information; limited English proficiency; marital status; membership in volunteer emergency responder organization; victim of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking; family care responsibilities; reproductive health decisions; and retaliation for initiating a complaint of discrimination or opposing or participating in the investigation of a discriminatory practice. An individual has the right to civil and legal rights afforded by law, including the right to vote, speak freely, practice the religion of his or her choice and practice no religion. Program services shall be made accessible to eligible individuals with disabilities through the most practical and economically feasible methods available. These methods include but are not limited to equipment redesign, the provision of aids and the use of alternate service delivery locations. For further information please access the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Regulatory Standards.
PMHFOS is an honored partner of the Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA) as we continue our company-wide commitment of compliance through awareness, recognition, and reinforcement. PMHFOS proudly participates in the HCCA Nationwide Corporate Compliance & Ethics Week.
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