University Compounding Pharmacy

University Compounding Pharmacy is a PCAB AccreditedTM compounding-only pharmacy based in Michigan, specializing in sterile as well as general compounding. For nearly 20 years, our pharmacy has served & earned the trust of patients and healthcare professionals.

Patient safety, customer service, professionalism, and quality are the foundation of our compounding pharmacy.

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Sterile CompoundingSterile Compounding

  • Erectile dysfunction / Impotence

  • Hormones

  • Vitamin B-12





General CompoundingGeneral Compounding

  • Bio-HRT (Hormone replacement therapy)

  • Thyroid

  • Pain management

  • Dermatology

  • Pediatric / Autism

  • Autoimmune Disorders

  • Veterinary


US Compounding LicensureUS Compounding Licensure

  • University Compounding Pharmacy is licensed in the following 9 states:

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  • Quality & Affordability
  • Quality & Affordability

    Compounded medications may cost less than you thinkā€¦

    A patient recently told us about having her compounded medication filled for her daughter at another pharmacy. The pharmacy had told her that insurance did not cover the medication and the out of pocket cost for them to make the medication was over $300. She had the prescription sent to us at University Compounding Pharmacy where she paid $42 for the same medication.

  • PCAB Accreditation
  • PCAB Accreditation is...

    Your assurance that our pharmacy has been tested against and adheres  to the professions highest standards. Standards that increase quality, reduce errors and improve safety in everything we do.

    The American Medical Association (AMA), and the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) both recognize the accreditation program of the Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation Board (PCAB) and the PCAB Seal of Accreditation as a means to identify compounding pharmacies that adhere to quality and practice standards.

  • Lewerenz Seminar 3-23-16
  • Properly Addressing Autoimmune Disease

    Autoimmune disease is a genetic subclass of chronic disease that directly impacts the immune system. Depending on the type of autoimmune disease that one is afflicted with, the immune system is either over-stimulated or under-stimulated. For some, this means that the immune system will attack the body during normal functioning, damaging its own tissues and causing destruction within the body that is quite painful. For others, it means that the body is subject to immune deficiency, exposing it to increased risk ...       more


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2520 Livernois Rd.
Troy, MI 48083

Toll Free: 877-531-1147

Local: 248-267-5002

Fax: 248.267.5003


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