Rockwood recognizes the need for continued monitoring and
patient education while on anticoagulation therapy. Our focus is on
prophylactic care to reduce the likelihood, and prevent development
of; deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary embolism, stroke, or other
thromboembolic injuries associated with anticoagulation
Outpatient services include pre and post op instruction for
surgical procedures. Other specialty procedures requiring the
interruption of therapy are also monitored. Modalities include oral
or injection therapies using Warfarin or Low Molecular Weight
Heparin dependent upon situational requirement.
Our award-winning clinic, established in 1999, serves to improve
the quality of treatment with anticoagulants. The midlevel
providers of this clinic are dedicated to the goals of this
Patients enrolled in the AMS clinic can expect to:
Have INR monitored on a regularly scheduled basis with dose
adjustments made as needed.
Receive ongoing education relative to proper management of
therapeutic goals of therapy.
Receive appropriate and timely intervention to minimize or
avoid complications associated with anticoagulation therapy.
The AMS providers schedule appointments at satellite clinics a
well as the main clinic. An appointment can be made by calling the
scheduling center for the appropriate satellite office. Referral is
necessary from the referring physician.
Referrals can be faxed to (509) 459-1321.
To schedule an appointment, please call (509) 724-4350.
Cancer and Blood Specialty Center - DowntownDeaconess Health and Education Center
910 West Fifth Avenue, Suite: 700
(509) 755-5845Map Location
Cheney ClinicEWU Student Health Center
19 North Seventh Street
(509) 744-1717Map Location
Medical Lake Clinic
725 North Stanley Street, Suite: D
Medical Lake, WA
(509) 744-1726Map Location
9001 North Country Homes Boulevard
(509) 755-6532Map Location
Leah Gilbert, P.A.-C, ATC
Leah Gilbert, P.A.-C, anticoagulation management, joined the Rockwood Main Clinic as a certified physician assistant in January 2009. She received her undergraduate degree from Eastern Oregon University in LeGrande, OR, and graduated from the Physician Assistant Program at Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville, TN. Leah is also a certified athletic trainer, and previously worked as an athletic trainer and assistant track coach at Northwest Nazarene University in Nampa, ID.