CHS Clinics

"Auburn is leading the nation when it comes to integrating the expertise of pharmacy administrators, faculty, staff, residents, and students that are available right here on campus into the real-time health, wellness, and medical care of our own university employees and their dependents. We are pro-actively responding to the ever-rising healthcare costs that large, academic, self-insured employers are facing and starting right here at home."" -- Dr. Kimberly Braxton Lloyd

CHS operates two innovative clinics. The AUPCC is located centrally on campus in the Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy building. The clinic is staffed by faculty, post-doctoral residents, Pharm.D. students, and staff, who are all dedicated to providing individualized care for patients with a focus on maximizing the efficacy and safety of medication use, improving disease control, identifying health risks, and providing preventative care. The faculty and staff work directly with AU's Department of Payroll and Employee Benefits in order to provide quality pharmaceutical care clinical services for our employees and their dependents. The AUPCC administers the biometric screenings for AU's Healthy Tigers program and is fully integrated into other Healthy Tigers health and wellness activities on campus. HSOP works closely with other units on campus in order to provide an integrated, interprofessional approach to disease prevention and management.

CHS also manages the State Employees' Insurance Board (SEIB) Healthcare Clinic which is located within the State Wellness Center (SWC) in Montgomery, Alabama. Here, CHS has developed a slightly different model, using an integrated team of physicians, nurse practitioners, Pharm.D.s, and nurses to provide preventative care, acute care, disease management, medication therapy management, and other interprofessional services to state and local government employees. Again, CHS is focusing on assisting a large, self-insured benefit plan manage the escalating costs of healthcare by focusing on early identification and management of disease and disease risk, selecting cost-effective medications to treat disease, and making sure that these medications are safe and effective with close monitoring. Pharmacists work within the healthcare team in the clinic to identify and resolve potential and real drug-related problems. The team provides experiential training for Pharm.D. students, post-doctoral pharmacy residents, nurse practitioner students, and nursing students in ambulatory / primary care rotations.

Pharmacist speaking with patient in the clinic AU Pharmaceutical Care Center (AUPCC)
2155 Walker Building / HSOP
War Eagle Way
Auburn University, AL 36849-5506
P: 334-844-4099
F: 334-844-4019
Nurse Practitioner examining patient at the clinic State Employees' Insurance Board (SEIB) Clinic
State Wellness Center Clinic
101 South Union Street
Montgomery, AL 36104
P: 334-263-8470
P: 877-311-1375
F: 334-263-8670
Pharmacy student checks blood pressure AU Health Care and Education Clinic (AUHEC)
Boykin Community Center
700 Boykin Street
Suite 700
Auburn, AL 36832
P: 334-844-8911
"Our goal is to prevent disease, and when that is not possible, to treat the disease with the most effective medications based on current medical evidence. We work together as a team to make sure that happens."" -- Dr. Dave Brackett

Last Updated: November 30, 2020