Departments

Anticoagulation Clinic

Lisa Genereux, RN and Jodi Korb, RN

Anticoagulation Management Clinic

Why has an Anticoagulation Management Clinic been established?

National Patient Safety Standards have been established that recognize the need for safe management of anticoagulation therapy.

Many healthcare facilities through out the US and Montana are now providing services through clinics specializing in anticoagulation therapy.

What is an Anticoagulation Clinic?

The Anticoagulation Management Clinic (AMC) is sometimes referred to as the "Coumadin Clinic." The AMC is staffed by Registered Nurses, who are certified in anticoagulation therapy. These nurses monitor and manage the medications your medical provider has prescribed to prevent blood clots.

What are the benefits of the AMC?

Comprehensive assessment of the effectiveness of your anticoagulation medication, which includes:

  • A Brief History
  • Vital Signs
  • Measurement of Protime/INR
  • Patient Education
  • Prompt Communication with your Medical Provider
  • For your convenience, the AMC Nurse will assist you with your prescription refills.


What is the cost?

AMC visits are covered by Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurances plans. Please check with your individual insurance provider or with the Northern Montana Hospital Business Office to see how your plan's deductibles and/or co-pays may apply. You may contact the Business Office at 262-1264 if you have any questions about coverage. We look forward to being of service to you!