A Compounding Pharmacy tailoring prescriptions just for you
Riverpoint Pharmacy was the first pharmacy in the Inland Northwest to be accredited by the PCAB.
Riverpoint Pharmacy is proud to offer dermatology compounding services. Our experienced compounding pharmacist carefully creates dermatological medications to treat almost any skin care disease or condition. Our custom medications treat skin conditions ranging from serious diseases to simple cosmetic improvements, and everything in between, including:
Riverpoint Pharmacy stays on the cutting edge of dermatology and skin care compounding through our unique relationships with dermatologists, aestheticians, cosmetic or plastic surgeons, and other skin care professionals across the nation.
We are able to prepare dermatological compounding medications in various forms, including:
We are constantly increasing the number and types of dermatological medications which we are able to successfully compound. We compound a wide variety of compounded medications, individually tailored with specific medication dosages and strengths to meet each patient's specific needs. Some examples of
Riverpoint Pharmacy's compounded dermatological medications include:
For any topical infections of the skin, nails, scalp, and/or mucous membranes
Regardless of your individual dermatology needs, Riverpoint Pharmacy has the dermatology compounding solution for you. We are a professional compounding pharmacy, experienced in creating customized medical solutions for dermatology conditions. We work closely with our patients and physicians to create dosage forms and strengths which are engineered based on your specific medical needs. Please contact us today to learn more about our skin care and dermatology compounding services!
Riverpoint Pharmacy is proud to provide Sterile Compounding services.
We have a state-of-the-art Clean Room Suite and specially trained and tested personnel.
Our procedures insure that your medication meets the highest quality standards.
We use the highest quality starting chemicals
We follow strict gowning procedures
We follow standardized formulas for consistent products
We perform in house and independent testing for bacterial contamination of our facilities
We have random independent lab testing and perform in-house quality checks on sterile and non-sterile products
We follow strict cleaning procedures to maintain the sterility of our facilities
1. Please see the Getting Started Form for the list of recommended labs. We recommend having these labs prior to a hormone replacement consultation.
2. Call to make an appointment with one of our pharmacists by calling 509-343-6252. The appointment will need to be set up for a time after we receive the test results. No recommendations for prescriptions will be made without this appointment. Charges for the consultation and billing procedures will be explained at that time. We do make telephone appointments for those who can not get to Spokane.
3. Patients will need to fill out a health history, medication history, and general questionnaire which, to save time, can be printed, mailed out or faxed and completed before the appointment OR patients can come early and fill it out before their appointment.
4. After the pharmacist completes the consultation with the patient, a suggested recommendation for hormone therapy, if appropriate, will be faxed to the practitioner for review.
5. All prescriptions will be run through the patients insurance, and ONLY the co-pay will be charged to the patient. There will be no additional compounding fee added to the co-pay.
6. Patient will be notified when the prescription is ready and the patient may either pick the prescription up at the pharmacy or we will mail the prescription to the patient via U.S.P.S. Please call the Pharmacy for current pricing and other shipping options.
7. Refills may be mailed out to the patient either at their request or after signing up for our automatic refill program.
8. We recommend that patients call back in 3 weeks for follow up to ensure therapy is optimal and all symptoms are being resolved.
9. Patients should be monitored on an annual or bi-annual basis with lab values so that therapy is optimal and physiologic.