What is compounding and how can custom medications benefit your health?

Doctor consulting patient about compound medication

Physicians have selected Wells Pharmacy because of our dedication to the safety of the patients we serve.

If you have recently been prescribed a medication that can only be prepared by a specialty compounding pharmacy, Wells Pharmacy Network is here for you. We prepare high quality, customized, sterile and nonsterile compounds that include medications for hormone replacement therapy, Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT), wellness, anti-aging, aesthetics, weight management and other conditions. Wells Pharmacy Network is a nationwide compounding pharmacy that creates custom medications prescribed by physicians because they are not commercially available or are not available in a form that adequately suits the patient’s therapeutic needs. Thousands of physicians have selected Wells Pharmacy because of our dedication to the safety of the patients we serve. We never forget that are two important people relying on us when we fill a prescription: you and your physician.

What is Compounding?

Individual ingredients are mixed together in the exact strength and dosage form required by the patient
Pharmacy compounding is the art and science of preparing personalized medications for patients. Compounded medications are “made from scratch” – individual ingredients are mixed together in the exact strength and dosage form required by the patient to better meet their needs. Compounds can be prepared in a variety of forms including injectables, topical creams, transdermal gels, liquids, capsules, pellets, and more. Flavorings can make them more palatable and through reformulation, allergens and unwanted ingredients can be removed. Specific formulations are prepared through collaboration between our pharmacists, the physician, and the patient to provide solutions geared toward enhancing patient health with customized medications while ensuring exceptional customer service and up-to-date information

History of USP <797> for Patient Safety

USP <797> was created out of a need to standardize the way sterile medications were prepared in pharmacies. USP is a non-governmental agency, which has set chemical and process standards for more than 100 years. They first introduced USP <797> in 2004 as a guideline for pharmacists. Over the last 10 years, pharmacy boards around the U.S. have adopted the standards as law. USP <797> has been updated several times, most recently in 2012. Wells Pharmacy Network adheres to all safety, testing, and quality standards and regulations, demonstrating our commitment to our patients and physicians. We strictly follow all applicable state and federal rules including DEA regulations for controlled substances. All orders go through a five point quality control check and advanced in-house and independent testing. We have invested in some of the most advanced sterilization equipment to ensure patient safety.

How our Pharmacy Handles Your Prescription

When you fill your prescription with us, you can be assured that the experience will be simple, easy and personal. We adhere to all rules and regulations of the Board of Pharmacy to ensure compliance standards are met. Our Pharmacists also evaluate the appropriateness and correctness of order, counsel patients and advise physicians regarding preparations. Ready to send us your prescription? Contact us today at 800-622-4510.

Let us be Your Go-To Compounding Pharmacy of Choice

Ask your physician about Wells Pharmacy Network today for all of your compounding needs. If we haven’t yet made their acquaintance, let us know and we’ll be happy to have one of our Customized Medication Specialists contact them to discuss how our commitment to superior science and service makes us a leading compounding pharmacy capable of preparing custom medications that meet their requirements.

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