There are three simple ways to prescribe a custom medication from Pure Compounding Pharmacy:
1. Use Our Easy E-Scribe System
At Pure Compounding Pharmacy, we accept (and prefer to receive) prescriptions through our simple e-scribing system. You can easily fill out the fields required in the same manner that you would use your in-house EMR (Electronic Medical Records) system for any other traditional pharmaceutical.
Key Pure Compounding Pharmacy EMR Data:
There are a few things you need to make sure to include when e-scribing a compounded pharmaceutical:
- Select one of the following in the drug field: Transdemral Cream, Transdemral Pain Base, or Compound Rx (If none of the above are listed in your EMR, please choose “Other” and specify the appropriate formulation you prefer.)
- Copy and paste the appropriate compound in the “Message” or “Notes to the Pharmacist” field
- Add appropriate refills and other Rx data points
- For scheduled medications, you must include all of the following: Directions, MDD, Drug Name, Strength of Active Ingredients, Quantity of Medication, and Date Written.
2. Call us at (470) 922-5333 or Email Us at to sign up for our Prescriber Portal.
This system will allow you to login directly into our system, to select from a highly validated list of formulas to match your exact needs.
3. Call in an order to (470) 922-5333
Simply call us at (470) 922-5333 to tell us about the patient and their prescription.
If you have a question about the prescription or are unsure of what your best treatment options are for a particular patient, we also welcome your call. Our pharmacists and compounding specialists are always available to help you find the best solution for your patient. We can do any research needed or make a recommendation based on our extensive database and in-house expertise.
4. Fax Us the Prescription to (470) 922-5823 Using Our Simple Prescription Template
You can always fax us a prescription directly at (470) 922-5823 . You can simply fax us the information about your patient and dosage information as we ask for in our prescription template. If you prefer to write a prescription using your regular prescription pad instead of our template, that is also fine to fax over. Just make sure to include a legibly printed name and phone number for both the prescriber and the patient on the cover form.