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Lexicomp Expert Users

Questions about Lexicomp?

Contact one of our Ascension Wisconsin Expert Users in Pharmacy:

Justin Guthman

Nick Sylvia


LexiComp - Support Page at - Link to Ascension login pages and learn more through interactive tools and resources, including job aids and FAQ.


Lexicomp - Patient Education in Other Languages

Lexicomp Clinical Drug Reference

In LexiComp, click on the Patient Education Tab [highlighted in yellow above].

Enter keywords to search for the desired patient ed handout.


In the left side, you'll see a Language option. 

English is the default.   Click the down arrow to see other languages available.

Not every handout is available in every language.  

You can also choose to print an English-language copy of non-English leaflets, which can be helpful for the caregiver to know what was covered.  

Download the Lexicomp Mobile App

You will need to login to Lexicomp Online from an AW network-connected device to get an access code. 

Select the Lexicomp link from your local Ascension Wisconsin Intranet  or AW Library (or other access point such as EHR, or Library pages) and click the Mobile Access Codes button in the lower right hand column.   Follow the on-screen instructions.  

Once installed, the LexiComp Mobile app :

  • Has an unlimited number of users for Ascension acute care hospital associates
  • Does not require Internet access
  • Can be used whenever and wherever needed
Lexicomp® Online and Lexicomp® Mobile Apps made available by Wolters-Kluwer.

     Lexicomp Mobile App Support

     Lexicomp on Mobile Quick Access Guide (pdf)

     Lexicomp Training Videos