Your Compounding Pharmacy Partner
The first thing you need to know is that your patients are getting high-quality, safe compounded medications. We are the pharmacy you can trust. We have a USP 795 and USP 800 compliant lab, highly-trained staff and only source our APIs from FDA registered distributors that exceed USP standards. Each API sourced undergoes a Manufacturer Quality Assessment with third party testing for purity and potency. Learn about our primary API distributor’s quality program here.
Each compound made at Remedy undergoes a 15-point quality check by our team. We are proud to give you a tour of our lab or further explain our compounding quality checks, just ask!
With access to over 300,000 formulas and highly-trained board certified clinical pharmacists, we can help you get the outcomes you and your patients need. Have a complex medication issue? Or maybe you just want to run something by a pharmacist for a second opinion? Our team of clinical pharmacists are happy to help.
We aim to provide a better pharmacy experience for our patients. We know that includes good communication with our patients’ physicians, PAs, NPs, RNs and MAs. We are staffed with a small group of pharmacists and technicians, meaning you will be working with the same staff day-to-day to help sort out any medication issues that might come up.
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Frequently Asked Questions:
WHICH MEDICATIONS DOES REMEDY COMPOUND?
Remedy can compound both hazardous and non-hazardous, non-sterile medications. If you are not familiar with this terminology, this means that we can compound anything that does not need to be sterile (medications administered via injection or ophthalmically for example). Hazardous drugs are defined by NIOSH and include hormones, which we CAN compound.
The medications we compound are too extensive to list here but some of the most common medications include:
BHRT (estrogen, progesterone, testosterone)
Low Dose Naltrexone
Dermatological creams, ointments, lotions and gels for pre and post-procedures, anti-aging, scar treatments, rosacea
Looking for something specific or a price inquiry? Feel free to schedule a compounding consult with the link above or shoot us an email with the below form.
CAN REMEDY COMPOUND MEDICATIONS FOR OFFICE USE?
Remedy can compound for office use per 16 CCR § 1735.2(c) which can be read here. Please call or email us to discuss.
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