"Dr. Nichol has been my doctor for almost 6 years now and I just couldn't imagine going to another doctor. He has helped me understand diabetes and how I can help myself get my numbers where they need to be for me to be healthy. He takes the time to explain this disease, the medicines, what they do and why he has chosen these medicines for me. Because of Dr. Nichol, my A1C is 5.6 and all my numbers have been excellent the last several months."
"Dr. Alan Nichol has worked with me on my diabetic condition
for well over 10 years with great results.
I always tell people that ask about Alan Nichol that this is the guy who has “saved my life.” I know many people with Type2 Diabeties just like me that are not as well as I am
because of Dr. Alan Nichol.
He has administered the right meds, weight loss programs as
well as exercise regimens for me plus he keeps up with new
med successes so I can lower sugar and A/C levels even
I would recommend Alan to whoever needs diabetic
attention. He has been great for me and my overall health."
"I've been with [Dr. Nichol] for a long time. Haven’t had a problem whatsoever with him."
"I've been coming here about five years now and have been well satisfied. Everything has been going along just fine now."
Cardiovascular Disease CMTM
Patient was a 48-year-old female who lived in West Virginia. She was being treated there for chronic cardiovascular disease. After suffering a heart attack she moved to Ohio to live with her brother in order to convalesce. She became a patient at the CeutiCare beta-test site. She first arrived during 2007 and her blood lipids were measured and are listed in the table below.
Her medications were reviewed and modified by the on-site CeutiCare pharmacist in collaboration with her primary care physician who ultimately prescribed them. Follow-up lab findings were taken approximately six weeks after she started the program.
6 weeks later
||less than 200 mg/dL
|LDL (bad cholesterol)
||less than 100 mg/dL
|HDL (good cholesterol)
||greater than 40 mg/dL
||less than 150 mg/dL
Within six weeks of CeutiCare attention, this patient's blood lipid levels were restored to their target range.
Diabetic patient was enrolled in the CeutiCare program. He visited the CeutiCare pharmacist on a monthly basis at his doctor's office and he knew that the pharmacist was familiar with his situation, was responsible for his medication therapy, and was available by phone 24-hours per day. When the patient called the doctor's office to make a doctor appointment for his skin condition, he learned that the soonest he could see the doctor would be weeks later. He contacted the CeutiCare pharmacist, who was able to accommodate this patient between scheduled appointments. Upon initial evaluation, the pharmacist recognized that this case required the physician to intervene. The patient's condition was quickly diagnosed and treatment was initiated. With the time-saving triage assistance of the pharmacist, the physician was able to help promptly without incurring scheduling problems.