For Prescribers

Your Questions Answered

With our extensive knowledge of pharmaceuticals and the vast bank of resources available to us, your questions will be answered.  Our affiliation with PCCA and Alliance for Pharmacy Compounding helps to keep us informed of the latest research and developments in the specialized field of pharmaceutical compounding.  Our pharmacy is dedicated exclusively to compounding customized medications only.

Additionally, we have Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s) in place and utilize specialty compounding software, which allows us to track each formulation, active and inactive drugs, formulation specifics, lot numbers, and is integrated into our filling process to provide state of the art services.

Our pharmacists, technicians, and customer service staff have been properly trained are dedicated to ensure that our products and patient care meet high quality standards and requirements. Our commitment is to provide a level of service that delivers safe compounded products consistently that patients and physicians can depend upon.

We are committed to and in compliance with USP <795> Pharmaceutical Compounding – Non-sterile Preparations and with USP <797> Guidelines for Sterile Compounding.  Our pharmacy’s staff take steps to minimize error and maximize the prescriber’s intent for the patient during the compounding process.  We purchase pharmaceutical-grade chemicals (USP, NF equivalent) from FDA-registered suppliers and keep Certificates of Analysis for all raw materials used.  

Benefits of Compounding

Compounding allows a medication to be personalized for an individual patient. The ability to create these personalized medications allows our compounding pharmacists to help your patients with a wide variety of needs.

What kinds of prescriptions can be compounded?

Almost any kind.  We are not able to compound medications that are currently commercially available.  
*Note: All compounded medications require a prescription.

There are countless products and medications that are no longer commercially available, but that physicians and patients report are very useful in treating a specific problem.  Ask our Compounding Pharmacist, Forrest Westley, PharmD for more information.

Typically for human patients some therapeutic areas where compounding is often needed are:

Hormone Replacement Therapy for Women and Men
Men’s Health
Erectile Dysfunction
Female Libido
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction & Urogenital Pain
Hypothyroidism & Hyperthyroidism
Adrenal Fatigue
Weight Loss

Nausea & Vomiting
Pain Management
Sports Injuries
Palliative Care
Dental – Oral Candida, Pain, Hydration, Ulcers, Nausea, TMJ
Migraine Headaches
Allergy and Sinus
Chronic Dry Eye
Psoriasis & Eczema

Nail Fungus Burns & Scars
Topical Anesthetics
Wound Care
Pediatric –Flavoring, Suspensions, Ear, Fever, Sore Throat/Post-Tonsillectomy, Nausea & Vomiting
Customized Strengths
Unique Dosage Forms
Manufacturer Shortages


P: 843.293.7979
F: 843. 293.6499

3072 Dick Pond Rd #2
Myrtle Beach, SC 29588

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