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Ambulatory Care

Ambulatory Care Clinics
Ph. 805-278-6840
Fx. 805-278-6838
1901 N Solar Drive, Suite 115
Oxnard, CA 93036

Anticoagulation Clinic

To be referred to the Anticoagulation Clinic, please call your Primary Care Physician, or the Ambulatory Care Clinics directly. The Nurse Practitioners at the Anticoagulation Clinic provides professional health services through providing anticoagulation assessments on patients that are taking Coumadin, Warfarin, Lovenox, Pradaxa, Xarelto, Eliquis, or Savaysa. Anticoagulation Clinic Nurse Practitioners follow guidelines for managing the anticoagulants with guidelines from CHEST and referring provider. Anticoagulation Clinic Nurse Practitioners, in collaboration with SeaView IPA providers, facilitate the quality and continuity of care for the patients in the clinic.

Anticoagulation Clinic Nurse Practitioners diagnose illnesses, treat conditions, and provide evidence-based health education to their patients. The Nurse Practitioners assess their patients by examining medical histories; performing physical evaluations; and ordering (or performing) diagnostic tests. They diagnose patients while paying attention to the unique risk factors and needs of individual patients and their families—and develop individualized treatment plans, follow up on courses of treatment, collaborate with other healthcare professionals, and maintain detailed records . Most importantly, these professionals serve not only as healthcare providers to patients, but also as mentors, counselors, researchers, educators, and consultants.

Diabetes Clinic

To be referred to the Diabetes Clinic, please call your Primary Care Physician, or the Ambulatory Care Clinics directly. Diabetic Clinic Nurse Practitioners diagnose illnesses, treat conditions, and provide evidence-based health education to their patients. The Nurse Practitioners assess their patients by examining medical histories; performing physical evaluations; and ordering (or performing) diagnostic tests. They diagnose patients while paying attention to the unique risk factors and needs of individual patients and their families—and develop individualized treatment plans, follow up on courses of treatment, collaborate with other healthcare professionals, and maintain detailed records . Most importantly, these professionals serve not only as healthcare providers to patients, but also as mentors, counselors, researchers, educators, and consultants.

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