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Patients FAQ

What IS compounding?

Compounding is the custom preparation of medications to meet the individual needs of each or our patients. 

What are some of the benefits of compounds?

Because no two patients are the same, commercial medications may not meet the needs of a particular patient. Compounding allows physicians to customize medications for each individual patient. Topical compounds benefit the patient by allowing them to apply the cream directly to the affected area, targeting that area instead of taking oral medications that fill the entire body with medication. There are fewer side effects with topical creams since the dose is lower because it targets the specific area.

Can I apply topical compounds directly over an incision or stitches? Do not apply any topical compounds to an open wound or to a healing incision. Apply around the incision, but not directly on the incision. Once the stitches have been removed it is okay to apply over the area.

Where are you located? 

Were located in North West Oklahoma City, on NW 56th and Independence just south of integris Baptist hospital.

How can I contact you? 

You can call us at 405-604-6861 or by email at

When will I receive my medication?

Please expect to receive a call or text message, at the contact number you provided, from our pharmacy within 1 business day of your prescription being prescribed by your physician. If you have not received a phone call within this time period please contact our pharmacy at 405-604-6861. If your medication is a compound and is being made custom for you, please allow 2-3 business days for it to be made.

What if I am having a reaction to my medications?

Please call your doctors office, or our pharmacy at 405-604-6861 for any non emergent questions regarding any reactions you may have to your medications.  Please call 911 or go to your nearest hospital for medical emergencies.

How to use our pharmacy 

Are you interested in using our pharmacy to help with your prescriptions?  Then please fill out the form at the link below to expedite the process or just give us a call at 405-604-6861 so we can start working on your prescriptions at our pharmacy. 

Looking for a doctor in our area?

We work with many great physicians at our pharmacy if your looking for a new general practitioner, specialist, or dentist click on the link below to look at the information for many of the doctors in the area.

How do I dispose of medications safely?

There are many places to dispose of drugs, the most common places are police and fire stations. More often then not pharmacies cannot take back your medications for disposal because you have to be approved by the state board of pharmacy in Oklahoma to have that ability. If you would like to find a disposal site please click on the link below. 

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