Compounding Centre

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Compounding in Pharmacy

Throughout the centuries, pharmacists have compounded (made and/or mixed together) medicines for their patients. In fact, up to the early 1900s, the only medications available were compounded. In this century, while drug manufacturers supply the majority of medicines, our compounding pharmacists are still the experts in specialty prescription compounding.

Why Choose Compounded Medications

Unique and Individualized Strengths

Compounded medication assures you the exact dose that you require.

Alternate Medication Delivery System

Difficulties swallowing by mouth? Compounding allows you to choose a specific medication delivery system such as liquids, gels, capsules, lozenges or suppositories.

Improved Flavours

Hate the taste of your medicine? We offer FlavoRX, a unique program that allows us to customize the taste and flavour of medications (very handy for children). 

Discontinued, New or Alternative Medications 

In many cases we can reproduce medications that are not presently available from the manufacturer. 

Remove Unwanted Ingredients 

We can compound medications that are hypoallergenic, preservative free or sugar free.

We Compound:

  • Troches and Lozenges
  • Dental Preparations
  • Veterinary Medications
  • Hospice and Palliative Medications
  • Acne PreparationsLiquids n Troches and lozenges
  • Creams n Dental Preparations
  • Capsules n Veterinary Medications
  • Suppositories n Hospice and Palliative Medications
  • Lip Balms n Acne Preparations
  • Transdermal Gels

Qualified Pharmacists

Our licensed compounding Pharmacists have received certification from the American College of Apothecaries and the University of Florida (Medisca Network). They have advanced training in:

  • Dermatology
  • Bio-identical (natural or alternative) hormone therapy
  • Pain Management
  • Veterinary Compounding

Our pharmacy is outfitted with unique state of the art equipment in order to produce top quality compounded pharmaceutical preparations.

Ask your physician or your Safeway pharmacist if compounded medicine might be right for you.