A pharmacy is a place where prescription drugs are dispensed. Most pharmacies follow the same process where they purchase the medication, they need from the pharmaceutical manufacturers who manufacture them to be dispensed. This is why when you go to any pharmacy and try to get your prescription filled, its fast, available and reliable. This is such an important component for optimum health for our patients and community.
However, there’s always a case where a specialty prescription needs to be filled that wouldn’t normally be bought through a pharmaceutical manufacturer. This is where MediOne Pharmacy Group strives to excel with the services they provide to communities. MediOne pharmacies are equipped with specialty compounding facilities which aids in the filling of prescriptions that aren’t readily available at any pharmacy.
What is Compounding?
Compounding is a technique developed in the 19th century where pharmacists take the ingredients of a certain prescription(s) and curates them to a form a specialty medication or compound, that best fits a patient’s medical needs.
We strive to provide the best for our patients and in regards to compounding we want to make sure all needs are taken care of. Pain management is one of the many avenues that patients have trouble navigating. To compounding medicine, MediOne pharmacy group is able to help patients deal with pain management and mental health. For instance, topical creams, nasal sprays, capsules supplements and sterile nerve blocks that are compounded to aid any particular patient’s needs. MediOne pharmacy group is able to follow both sterile and non-sterile compounding which allows us to create not only the custom medicine for pain management but much more.
MediOne pharmacy group stands out in compounding as they have been able to work with health care professionals to create a health care regiment that fits a patient’s individual needs. Critical thinking and elements are needed in order to ensure a patient is being treated to the best of the health care professional’s ability without compromising patient safety and care.