PCAB ACCREDITED™ COMPOUNDING PHARMACY
Your Pharmacy Should Meet the
Highest Quality and Safety Standards
The PCAB Seal of Accreditation is evidence of meeting the compounding industry’s highest standards. PCAB Accreditation ensures that pharmacies have gone through a very stringent inspection that includes everything from how often the floors are cleaned to how thoroughly the employees are trained. The PCAB Seal is proof of dedication to practicing safe, high quality compounding.
Select PCAB Standards Include:
- Using the highest quality chemicals and equipment available
- A guaranteed potency of compounded medications
- An implemented system of continuous quality improvement
- Ongoing specialized technique training for pharmacists and technicians
Whether your compounded medication is for your child, your pet, or yourself, trust your health to a pharmacy you know has been put to the test. We are proud to be among the compounding pharmacies leading the way by practicing this elevated system of compounding standards. The PCAB Seal of Accreditation demonstrates our dedication to being the best in our profession as well as our commitment to making your health our top priority. We also hope it will further strengthen the bond of trust you have with us.
At Everwell, we combine state-of-the art technology with a highly-trained professional staff to provide patients with individualized therapy. Our ability to meet special needs with medication is a major advancement in the pharmacy compounding practice. The standard method of delivery, dosage forms, strengths, flavors, and formulas can all be adjusted to meet each individual patient’s needs.
Chris Schulte, R.Ph.
Awarded National PCCA Pharmacist Of The Month
Professional Compounding Centers of America (PCCA), a provider of Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) approved pharmacy compounding training and continuing education programs, awarded Chris Schulte as Pharmacist of the Month. Pharmacists are chosen for this honor based on their dedication to quality standards in pharmacy compounding and for their commitment to their community and patients. Chris was selected from a field of more than 3,500 independent pharmacists located throughout the United States and Canada.