"Each of our patients are unique, their medications should be too.”
Ryan Dyer, Founder
Compounding is the preparation of custom formulations within medicine to fit the unique needs of a patient which cannot be met with commercially available products. There are many different reasons why a patient might want their prescription filled by our compounding pharmacy, and we have all your bases covered!
Whether it be for preference such as a better flavor or texture, not being able to swallow a pill due to difficulty swallowing large objects like pills in general, dietary restrictions, etc. - we're here to help.
We are bringing compounding to the modern world.
History of Pharmacy
Pharmacists in the 18th century were skilled at using compounding techniques to prepare medicine. Regular retail pharmacies do not practice this skill, but we still carry it on today, just in a stricter manner!
Roles within Compounding
The Triad Relationship: Patient, Physician, and Pharmacist. You're the star of your own show with a team that supports you! We partner with your physician to find the best treatment option specifically for you.
What makes compounding different?
Some individuals (or pets) require a dosage of medication that is not commercially available. We specialize in finding ways to customize your medication specifically for you.
Our compounding medications are often less expensive than commercial medications.
We take into account your specific situation and needs to personalize your prescription.
While a number of insurances still cover compounded prescriptions, many do not. By providing us your insurance information, we can quickly determine if your prescription will be covered.
A prescription from a licensed practitioner is required for compounded prescriptions. Practitioners shall apply their professional judgement within the scope of their specialty when prescribing. No compounded medications are reviewed by the FDA for safety or efficacy. Bayview Pharmacy Inc. is a multi-state licensed 503A pharmacy possessing both sterile and non-sterile laboratories. Available States: RI, MA, CT, ME, FL. More coming soon.