Your clinical pharmacists will provide you with instruction on the medication that you will need to take after your transplant. They will also assist your physicians on their rounds when you are in the hospital after surgery. Your clinical pharmacists will evaluate the drugs you are prescribed and any side effects you may experience. They will also be on the watch for any possible negative drug interactions. As a key member of your medical team, they will monitor and adjust, if necessary, the anti-rejection medication that you will need to take. Your clinical pharmacists also will work closely with your nurse coordinator to ensure that you understand what medications you will be taking and what schedule you must follow.