Avera Compounding Pharmacy
Backed by a name you can trust, the Avera Compounding Pharmacy employs pharmacists specially-trained to fill your prescription, compounded especially for your needs, at the highest quality. We also offer women’s health consultations and high quality nutraceuticals. View our patient handbook to learn more about our services, including how to order and refill prescriptions.
Our designation as a PCAB Accredited™ compounding pharmacy lets you know that Avera Compounding Pharmacy ranks among the best for quality and safety. Avera Compounding Pharmacy is also the recipient of the Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation Board’s Seal of Accreditation since 2010.
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- Download the free Avera Rx app today on iTunes or GooglePlay.
- To refill prescriptions via text, contact your pharmacy and enroll in Text Reminders.
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What Is Compounding?
Compounded prescriptions cannot be filled at your typical drugstore, but require a specially-trained pharmacist, working within a specialized, quality-controlled environment.
If you don’t respond to traditional methods of treatment or need a different way to take a medication or a different strength that isn’t manufactured by a drug company, count on the Avera Compounding Pharmacy to create a customized medication that meets your specific needs.
Compounding combines an ageless art with the latest medical knowledge and state-of-the-art technology, allowing specially-trained professionals to:
- Prepare customized strengths
- Combine multiple medications into one dosage form
- Flavor medications
- Eliminate preservatives, dyes, sugar, gluten, lactose or alcohol
- Prepare special formulations
- Make alternative forms of solid medications, such as liquid dosage forms of solid medications
Our compounding professionals can also compound non-sterile medications into:
- Topical creams or gels