Edge Pharmacy Services provides sterile compounded medications to hospitals and clinics as an extension of their sterile preparation for injection therapy requirements, using FDA/USP approved sterile drugs and sterile containers. Edge Pharmacy Services helps meet the demands placed on your institution to ensure patients receive their medications on time and as prescribed.
Patient safety is built into our compounding processes, giving you confidence that you are providing the very best preparations for your patients.
- Edge Pharmacy Services follows USP <797> standards and meets cGMP requirements utilizing commercially available sterile drug components and containers.
- Licensed pharmacists supervise our certified and registered pharmacy technicians, microbiologists, and chemists throughout preparation and are responsible for verifying and releasing all final products.
- Process controls ensure absolute accuracy of labeled drug and strength.
- Preparations are dispensed in ready-to-use unit doses.
- Many of our preparations are sealed with tamper-evident caps and UV-resistant safety over-wrap bags for added protection and security.
As an FDA-Registered Outsourcing Facility we have the opportunity of working closely with a variety of practice specialties, such as urology, obstetrics and gynecology, veterinary, pediatrics, podiatry, pain management, aesthetics and many more. There is an incredible list of specialties that can benefit from working with an Outsourcing Facility. Edge Pharmacy Services offers creams, ointments, gels, capsules, and more which are customizable to meet the needs of your hospital or physician practice. We are committed to providing you with high quality compounded medications in the dosage form and strength prescribed by the physician. This triad relationship between the patient, the physician, and the pharmacist is critical to the process of compounding so all three can work together to solve unique medical problems.
Our customers typically fall within the following categories and reside all over the country:
- Patients with a prescription for a compounded medication.
- Physicians desiring compounded medications to be administered or used in their office.
- Hospitals requiring compounded medications to be maintained in inventory within their pharmacy.