Prescription Compounding is the art & science of creating personalized medications, providing customized treatment options for practitioners and patients when commercial products are unavailable or unsuitable. Compounding allows the prescriber to customize drug therapy to meet the specific needs of the patient.
Good Day Pharmacy, a Colorado compounding pharmacy, has been preparing compounded medications for people and pets since 1997. Our compounding pharmacies in Fort Collins, Loveland, and Longmont are open to the public and can ship locally or anywhere in the U.S. Our goal is to provide our customers with solutions to their medication challenges using high quality formulations at a fair price.
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Practitioner Compounds For Office Use
Prescribers may contact us regarding compounds for in-office use. Compounds for Prescribers Offices
Good Day Pharmacy’s staff partners with practitioners to solve medication challenges. Solutions include providing discontinued medications, modifying dosage form and strength, removing allergens, and improving taste. Our most common specialties include bio-identical hormone replacement therapy, compounding for pain management and sports medicine, pediatric compounding, and veterinary compounding. Compounded prescription therapies apply to medication challenges in any area of medicine . . . please call us about yours.
Coming Soon. Sterile Compounding
Our compounding newsletter enables practitioners to keep up to date with compounded prescription therapies, allowing compounding to be a prescribing option in your practice.
Good Day compounding pharmacists are available to consult with you regarding compounded medication options for our people patients and pets! Please call your nearest Good Day compounding pharmacist for details. Consultations are by appointment only. A prescription from a licensed practitioner is required for compounded medications.