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Despite other closures due to the coronavirus, we are open for business. Our company is taking precautions to ensure the safety of all visitors. Business hours will remain the same. We are available for medicinal consultations.

The Compounding Pharmacy Miami Trusts

Executive Pharmacy is a recognized leader in retail and compounding pharmacy Miami residents can trust. We have state-of-the-art equipment, membership with the PCCA, IACP, and APA and maintain the highest standards in quality control. With over 45 years combined experience, our pharmacists have helped thousands of patients receive the finest healthcare opportunities available. Through the triad relationship of patient, doctor, and pharmacist, we work together to solve unique medical problems and create a healthier tomorrow. Executive Pharmacy is one of the few pharmacies accredited by PCAB/ACHC (Accreditation Commission for Health Care).

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What We Offer

Pain Management
Scar Treatment
Dermatology
Cosmeceuticals
Hormone Replacement
Ob-Gyn
Colorectal Treatment
Sports Medicine
Podiatry Treatment
Hair Loss

Our Compounding Pharmacy Miami Can Trust Is Here To Fulfill Your Medical Needs

Benefits of Compounding Medicine

The compounding pharmacy prepares customized medications and drugs from a doctor’s prescription that is specific to your medical needs and personal preferences. Executive Pharmacy is the best compounding pharmacy Miami has to offer, that is able to create a formulation to fulfill the majority of special requirements, such as:

  • Doses of your medication that are not available commercially
  • Hypo-allergenic versions of your medication
  • Alternate prescription forms such as pills, drops, powders, liquids, troches, and ointments
  • Added flavoring to make your prescription more palatable to your taste

Executive Pharmacy provides telemedicine pharmaceutical supply, offering compounded medicine for telehealth providers. At one time, compounding pharmacies used to prepare the majority of prescriptions. In the 1950s, however, drug companies started to mass-produce drugs and medications in standard forms and doses. Pharmacies ceased to compound their own medications in favor of dispensing the new standardized drugs. This switch made it hard for a significant portion of the population to find a pharmacist who was able to make the custom formulations that they required. Now, as the availability of medical technology has increased and there is a new emphasis on personalized medical care, compounding pharmacies are experiencing a resurgence due to their myriad benefits.

Some benefits of a compounding pharmacy include:

  • Drugs can be formulated to meet your medical needs—Compounding pharmacies like Executive Pharmacy are able to create unique dosages of your medication that are not produced commercially. This means that if you require 10mg of a drug, but the smallest commercially available dose is 30 mg, your compounding pharmacy can create a smaller dose in a more convenient form. This option saves you from the struggle of dividing too-large doses on your own and also from the possibility of accidentally overdosing. Moreover, if you are allergic to a common preservative or additive in commercial medications, Executive Pharmacy can create a hypoallergenic version of your prescription. If a patient can’t swallow pills and needs their medication in liquid form, Executive Pharmacy can formulate a liquid dose and even add flavoring to make it easier for them to swallow!
  • Taking multiple prescriptions is more convenient—Compounding pharmacies can combine certain prescriptions into a single dose. You or your loved one is more likely to take the pill and less likely to forget when multiple pills are consolidated, as having one pill to take versus two or more decreases the likelihood that you will skip your medication, as it makes it easier to manage.
  • Compounded medications can cost you significantly less than commercial products— Even though the cost of compounded drugs is reliant on several factors, such as the equipment needed to produce the medication and the amount of time spent researching and preparing the medication, the compounding pharmacist can access pure, high-quality chemicals typically at lower costs. Higher quality pharmaceuticals can translate to lower doses, which is less expensive. Moreover, by removing any designer dyes and preservatives patented by a specific drug manufacturing company, compounded medications can often be much cheaper than their commercial counterparts.
  • Compounding pharmacies raise the availability of drugs and medications that can be hard to find—Certain medications, such as hormone therapies, are difficult to find in conventional pharmacies. Since we can write your prescriptions for you, rather than waiting on a drug manufacturer to produce more, compounding pharmacies are generally able to give you a lot more reasonable wait times.
  • A compounding pharmacy can produce unique medications—Medications for your pets, diaper rash creams, and homeopathic treatments are all available through compounding pharmacies. Certain compounding pharmacies hold patents on their own formulas and then disperse them locally.

Executive Pharmacy is the #1 compound pharmacy Miami residents trust!

 

We Offer Compounded Medicine For Telehealth Providers

If you’re looking for a compounding pharmacy Miami loves, Executive Pharmacy is the place for you. From its inception, the field of telemedicine has changed drastically. Only about fifty years ago did a few hospitals begin to experiment with telemedicine in order to reach patients in remote locations. However, with the rapid changes in technology over the last few decades, telemedicine has transformed into a complex integrated service utilized in hospitals, homes, private physician offices, and more. Health professionals originally developed this technology to reach remote patients who resided in rural areas. As time went on, however, the medical community and the U.S. government saw the big picture—the potential to reach urban populations with healthcare shortages and to respond to medical emergencies by sharing medical consults and patient health records without delay.

The telemedicine field is evolving faster than ever before. As technology expands exponentially, so does the widespread affordability and accessibility to basic telemedicine tools. This means that not only do we now have the technology for live video telemedicine, but a lot of the U.S. population has experience using online video chat apps, such as Skype, along with access to a computer or mobile device to use them. In today’s hectic world and through the COVID-19 pandemic, telehealth has grown in leaps and bounds. While telemedicine was originally intended for patients who were located in remote locations, far away from local health facilities, or in areas with shortages of medical professionals, it is now increasingly becoming a tool for convenient medical care. Today’s connected patient wants to waste less time in the waiting room at the doctor and receive immediate care for minor but urgent conditions when they need it. This need for more convenient care, combined with the unavailability of many overburdened medical professionals (especially through recent struggles with COVID-19). Executive Pharmacy is the compounding pharmacy Miami loves,  offering convenient compounded medicine for telehealth providers to support our healthcare system through these strenuous times.

FAQ On Compounding Pharmacies

How is pharmaceutical compounding different from drug manufacturing?
Traditional compounding is the preparation of a medication to meet the prescriber’s exact specifications and to be dispensed directly to the patient, pursuant to a valid prescription for that patient. Pharmaceutical compounding is performed or supervised by a pharmacist licensed by a state board of pharmacy (see the question below on legal oversight of compounding versus manufacturing). Manufacturing is the mass production of drug products that have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). These products are sold to pharmacies, health care practitioners, or others who are authorized under state and federal law to resell them.
What is a compounding pharmacy?
While most pharmacies offer some level of compounding, most compounding is done in pharmacies that have made the investment in equipment and training to do so safely and efficiently. The preparations offered by these compounding pharmacies can be non-sterile (ointments, creams, liquids, or capsules that are used in areas of the body where absolute sterility is not necessary) or sterile (usually intended for the eye or injection into body tissues or the blood).
All licensed pharmacists learn during their training and education to perform basic compounding. In addition, most pharmacies have some compounding tools, such as a mortar and pestle for grinding materials, graduated cylinders for measuring liquids, balances for weighing solids, spatulas for mixing materials, and ointment slabs on which to work. With such tools and through applying their knowledge, all pharmacists routinely prepare non-sterile compounded preparations when requested by prescribers.
Of the approximately 56,000 community-based pharmacies in the United States, about 7,500 pharmacies specialize in compounding services. This means the pharmacists in those facilities spend most or all of their time compounding special preparations for patients. Preparations made in these pharmacies are more likely to include both sterile and non-sterile dosage forms. Compounding also takes place in hospital pharmacies and at other health care facilities.
Who regulates compounding pharmacies? Do compounding pharmacies follow the same regulations as drug manufacturers? Why or why not?
The practice of compounding is regulated by state boards of pharmacy. Community and hospital compounding pharmacists are allowed exemptions to the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act of 1938 if they comply with the regulations outlined in Section 503A. All pharmacists and pharmacies engaged in compounding are subject to oversight by both federal and state authorities.
Pharmacists engaged in compounding are expected to follow applicable standards and regulations for the types of preparations that are compounded. FDA has oversight for the integrity and safety of the drugs (called Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients or APIs by the FDA) used in compounded preparations. The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has oversight for any controlled substances used in the preparation of compounded medications. Controlled substances include narcotics, such as hydrocodone, amphetamines, and similar drugs, and drugs such as those used for anxiety and sleep disorders.
In addition, the United States Pharmacopeial (USP) Convention issues standards that apply to compounding. This private, nonprofit organization defines the chemical purity of drugs and also issues practice standards. USP develops standards for the identity, quality, strength, and purity of medicines, dietary supplements, and food ingredients that may be used in compounding preparations. These standards, in particular, are relevant to compounding pharmacists.
USP General Chapter <797> is a national standard for the process, testing, and verification of any compounded sterile preparations. It provides guidance on preventing microbial contamination and other variances in compounded sterile preparations, regardless of setting (e.g., hospitals, community pharmacies) or who is performing the compounding (pharmacists, nurses, pharmacy technicians, or others).
USP General Chapter <795> provides similar guidance for non-sterile preparations that are compounded in health care settings. It describes categories of compounding (simple, moderate, complex), defines concepts such as beyond-use date and stability, and provides criteria for compounding pharmacists to follow in preparing various drug preparations.
USP General Chapter <800> is a new standard developed by USP that establishes practice and quality standards of hazardous drugs to minimize the exposure to hazardous drugs within health care settings. This standard aims to promote worker safety (pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and many others), patient safety, and environmental protection. This standard was published on February 1, 2016 and was officially implemented on July 1, 2018. The current list of hazardous drugs is available from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH).
Compliance with these and other USP guidelines is considered the minimum standard of practice in pharmacy.

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