At Kingsway Compounding we make compounded medicines to suit the individual needs of practitioners and their patients.
Compounding is the art and science of preparing and making customised medications.
A compounded medication is made from scratch to an exact strength and dosage form to improve a patient's treatment outcomes. This allows the compounding pharmacist to work with the patient and their practitioner to customise a medication to meet the patient's exact, specific needs.
Leading the way in compounding in Australia
• Quality approved ISO 9001:15
• Purpose built facilities
• Quality assurance
• No cross contamination
• Quality grade raw materials
• Heavy metals testing
• End product testing
• Temperature controlled
• Pressure & humidity controlled
• Standard operating procedures
“With proven experience and world class pharmaceutical laboratories, Kingsway Compounding Pharmacy take the time to listen and create tailored medicines to suit your unique needs”
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