Anticoagulation Monitoring

Monitoring of treatment for certain vascular and clot-forming conditions.


Anticoagulation therapy is considered high-risk and must be monitored for the safety of patients and to ensure optimized outcomes. SCCH can help you monitor your anticoagulation medications (blood thinners) through the Anticoagulation Clinic, which is sometimes referred to as “The Coumadin Clinic.”

We monitor your care through the following methods.

With a referral from your physician, an SCCH pharmacist will direct and monitor your anticoagulant care plan.

Blood testing to assess dosing levels.

Education to better manage treatment plans at home.

Discussion of any side effects noted by the patient.

Overall medication management review.

The anticoagulation clinic is located in the rotunda conference room in the hospital’s main lobby.

Tuesday – Thursday: 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
(812) 268-4311 ext.3015

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a referral for the anticoagulation clinic?

Yes. We do require a referral from your physician.

Who conducts the appointment at the anticoagulation clinic?

Appointments are conducted by SCCH staff pharmacists.