Compounding Pharmacy

Compounding Pharmacy

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Compounding pharmacies play an important role in the healthcare system by providing patients with medications that are not available commercially. Compounding pharmacists are pharmacists who specialize in preparing customized medications for individual patients. They do this by combining, mixing, or altering ingredients to create a medication that meets the specific needs of the patient. Quad Recruitment is partnered with numerous compounding pharmacies across N. America who are always looking for talented professionals to join their team.

Requirements To Work In a Compounding Pharmacy

We are always looking for pharmacy professionals to join our compounding pharmacy clients across the country. The requirements for these organizations can vary, but below is an overview.

If you are a pharmacy technician it is preferred that you have compounding experience but this is not essential. We have multiple opportunities that offer full training to become a compounding pharmacy technician. Ideally, you will be Nationally Certified with the PTCB and have clear motivations as to why you want to work in this field.

Again, it is preferred that you have compounding experience but this is not essential. You must have at least 2 years of experience in a retail setting before making the jump into compounding. You require a Pharm. D and a license to practice pharmacy in the state where the compounding pharmacy is located.

Why Work in a Compounding Pharmacy?

There are many good reasons why you might consider working in a compounding pharmacy. Here are a few:

Rewarding Career: Compounding pharmacists and pharmacy technicians play an important role in providing patients with the medications they need. They also get to work with a variety of patients and healthcare providers, which can be very rewarding.

Challenging Career: Compounding pharmacy is a complex field, and compounding pharmacists and pharmacy techs must be able to think critically and solve problems. They must also be able to work independently and be detail-oriented.

Growing Field: The demand for compounding pharmacists and Pharmacy Techs is growing, as more and more patients need customized medications. This means that there are many opportunities in the future.

lucrative Career: Compounding pharmacists and pharmacy techs typically earn a good salary, and receive good bonuses and benefits.

Flexible Career: Compounding pharmacies have a variety of settings, including retail pharmacies, hospitals, and clinics.

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