Village Pharmacy

 

 

Phone: 678-501-5165 | Toll Free: 877-822-4901 | Fax: 678-501-5170

 

3697 Hwy 5 Ste, 6 Douglasville, GA 30135

Mon - Fri: 9 - 6:30, Sat: 9 - 2, Sun: - Closed

Compounded Medicine

Pharmacy compounding is the art of preparing a custom medication specifically to meet an individual’s unique health requirements. Any healthcare professional licensed to write prescriptions can request compounded medicine when commercial products aren’t right for you. Based on that prescription, our pharmacist hand-mixes a custom-made medication with the exact strength and dosage you need.

We compound customized medication for a wide range of medical applications, including:

  • Bio-identical hormone replacement therapy
  • Veterinary needs
  • Hospice
  • Pediatrics
  • Dental
  • Dermatology
  • Medication Flavoring
  • Chronic pain management
  • Neuropathies
  • Sports medicine
  • Wound care
  • Podiatry
  • Gastroenterology

Compounded medicines are available in many dosage methods, such as creams, liquids, suppositories, sprays, oral rinses, lollipops, flavored pills, and even animal treats for your pet. Click here for more reasons to choose compounding.

Village Pharmacy’s licensed compounding pharmacists in Douglasville, GA are highly trained, creative, and dedicated to the art of compounding. We will work with your healthcare provider to consider all available treatment options, and make a recommendation that meets your specific needs. Our compounded medicines contain only the purest pharmaceutical-grade ingredients from FDA-approved suppliers. You can trust Village Pharmacy in Douglasville, GA to find the safest, most effective solution for your personal well-being!

PATIENTS WE SERVE

Anyone with an unmet health need can benefit from compounded medicines. We serve a wide variety of patients:

  1. Elderly people with end-of-life needs
  2. Children who need a medication available only in adult doses
  3. Autistic children
  4. Cancer patients
  5. Transplant patients
  6. HIV and AIDS patients
  7. People with diabetes (circulation and wound healing)
  8. Patients seeing medical specialists (gastroenterologists, urologists, endocrinologists, dermatologists, gynecologists
  9. Animals needing medications not commercially available.