The Professional Compounding Accreditation Board’s Seal Of Accreditation
While all compounding pharmacies are required to meet the requirements set forth by their respective state boards of pharmacy, PCAB Accreditation denotes a more stringent & comprehensive standard which serves as an assurance that the accredited pharmacy has been tested against the profession’s most rigorous standards
An Accredited Pharmacy Is The Standard Of Care.
The American Medical Association (AMA), the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), and The Joint Commission (JCAHO) recommend working only with a PCAB accredited pharmacy when a compounded medication is needed.
To earn the designation as a PCAB Accredited compounding pharmacy, University Compounding Pharmacy completed an extensive application and submission process, documenting our education, training, licensures, policies, and procedures. University Compounding Pharmacy is pleased to receive the PCAB seal of Accreditation. It confirms our commitment to providing safe, personalized medications that meet the unique medical needs of our patients – and the needs of the health care providers in their community.
What Does Our PCAB Accreditation Mean For You?:
- We use the best practices in the compounding industry
- We have established quality controls
- Compounded Medications are third party tested
- American Medical Association recommends using only an accredited pharmacy for compounded products.
Accreditation offers tangible assurance that a pharmacy is meeting the ethical and quality assurance standards of PCAB, FDA, USP and state pharmacy boards.