Our Locations

With locations all over the United States, we are able to service our patients better. Feel free to contact your local pharmacy directly, or call our main line, and we will point you in the right direction.
Florida
4000 Park St N,
St. Petersburg, FL 33709
Phone 727-381-9799
Fax 727-347-2050

New Jersey
440 A Raritan Ave
Highland Park, NJ 08904
Phone 732-640-0786
Fax 732-640-0787

New York
863 Fairmount Ave
Jamestown, NY 14701
Phone 716-484-1586
Fax 716-488-0073

Pennsylvania (Erie)
2936 W 17th St,
Erie, PA 16505
Phone 814-838-2102
Fax 814-838-2103

Pennsylvania (Folcroft)
780 Unit E Primos Ave
Folcroft, PA 19032
Phone 888-842-8100
Fax 610-522-9088

South Carolina
640 Congaree Rd,
Greenville, SC 29607
Phone 864-241-0477
Fax 864-241-0843

Texas
10130 Louetta Rd # C,
Houston, TX 77070
Phone 281-251-0888
Fax 814-251-0889

Virginia
4001 Virgini Beach Blvd #110
Virginia Beach, VA 23452
Phone 757-934-0533
Fax 757-228-3991

Corporate Headquarters
2535 Johns Place
Jamestown, NY 14701
Phone 716-720-5121
Fax 716-708-6248

 

Practitioner FAQ

Practitioner Questions Answered

Frequently Asked Questions

What is compounding and why is it necessary?

Pharmacy compounding is the customized preparation of a medicine that is not otherwise commercially available. These medications are prescribed by a physician, veterinarian, or other prescribing practitioner, and compounded by a state-licensed pharmacist. A growing number of people and animals have unique health needs that off-the-shelf, one-size-fits-all prescription medicines cannot meet. For them, customized medications are the only way to better health.

Do you accept insurance?

We participate with many insurances. Please contact us to find out if we participate with your specific plan.

Do you compound medication for people?

We do offer compounding for both people and pets. We will work with you to determine the best medication solution to meet every patient’s individualized needs.

Do you compound medication for pets?

We do offer compounding for both people and pets. We can work with you and your veterinarian to determine the best medication solution for your pet’s needs.

Do you compound for office use?

All compounded medication prescriptions and orders are required to be for an identified individual patient.

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