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 IACP helps to keep us informed of the latest research and developments in the specialized field of pharmaceutical compounding.

Additionally, we use a special computer program, PK 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.

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 for more information.

Why Compounding?

  • When needed medications are discontinued by or generally unavailable from pharmaceutical companies, often because the medications are no longer profitable to manufacture.
  • When the patient is allergic to certain preservatives, dyes, or binders in available off-the-shelf medications.
  • When treatment requires tailored dosage strengths for patients with unique needs (for example, an infant).
  • When a pharmacist can combine several medications a patient is taking to increase compliance.
  • When a patient cannot ingest the medication in its commercially available form and a pharmacist can prepare the medication in cream, liquid or other form that the patient can easily take.
  • When medications require flavor additives to make them more palatable for some patients, most often, children.