Your safety and well-being is our greatest concern, which is why we apply our quality control criteria to everything we do. Specialist Pharmacy staff are trained to the highest standards, where our management team and pharmacists are selected on the basis of experience, skill and an understanding of patient-centric delivery and technicians have attained a minimum level of NVQ2. We are fully compliant with, and exceed, the health and safety standards set by our regulator the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC).
We employ a systematic quality management framework that strives to ensure quality conformance and improvement. These measures are outlined below:
Our prescriber’s trust us to make high-quality medicines for their patients. The integrity of our track record speaks for the quality of our products.
Compounding pharmacists use a combination of active pharmaceutical ingredients, in specific measured dosages, to make customised medicinal treatments based on an individual patient’s needs.
Until the mid-20th century, most pharmacies in the UK were compounding pharmacies. With the advent of mass produced drugs and the creation of the NHS in the last century, compounding pharmacies became less commonplace.
In recent years, however, many medical practitioners have recognised the benefits of “treating the patient, not the condition”. And, as compounding pharmacies have enabled doctors to write bespoke prescriptions that meet the needs of individual patients, their use has increased.