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A Guide for Providers and Prescribers
Compounding is the art and science of preparing customized medications (ingredient doses, mode of application, etc.) to better suit what patients need. Many medical providers and specialists look for alternative options in compounding when current meds are not available, contain allergens, or fail.
We Work With Providers for Prescription Compounding
Community Clinical understands that medication is not one-size-fits-all. We make our compounded medications specifically for your individual patients’ needs. Our experts are happy to consult with prescribers that have questions about their patient cases. Oftentimes their patients are not getting results or are allergic to commercially available medications.
How Do You Write a Compounded Medication Prescription?
What do compounding pharmacists need when looking to prescribe compounded medications?
1. The Generic Name of Active Ingredients / Strength or Dose
Control what active ingredients are present. Remove ingredients that the patient may have been allergic to in mass-produced medications. Consult with an expert pharmacist for any questions.
2. Dosage Form
Your patients have different needs and this may include the form of the medication. Whether it be pills, syrups, troches, injectables, suppositories, or other modes of application, Community Clinical can formulate for maximized efficiency and patient compliance.
Specify the amount per prescription container and any refills that you authorize.
4. Directions for Use
Information for patients to follow when taking the medication. Specify when the medication should be taken, the amount, how it should be taken/administered (with food, etc.), and any pertinent information. Please consult with an expert pharmacist for any questions.
For more options in approaching your patients’ well-being, contact Community Clinical today. Explore all the ways top medical specialists in Arizona like you utilize compounding in getting results for their patients. We also connect interested patients with trusted prescribers. Call or contact us online for more information and provider resources.
Do You Need a Referral to a Prescriber?
Here to Help
If you have any questions or would like to learn more about your options when it comes to compounding or hormone replacement, please call Community Clinical Pharmacy and we can consult with you and your physician to find the best solution.
We serve the East Valley Metro Area including Mesa, Chandler, Gilbert, and surrounding areas.
Assisting You With Customized Needs at Community Clinical Pharmacy
Community Clinical Pharmacy has been solving problems for Arizona patients for decades. We’re here to provide patients and medical providers with only the highest quality medications and compounding services. Our team is more than happy to help in treatment options for very specific conditions.
Get in touch with us, whether you’re a patient or a provider.
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