Understanding Patient-Specific 503A Compounding

Belmar Pharma Solutions’ 503A compounding pharmacy has been filling patient-specific prescriptions since 1985. We deliver health and wellness medication options that are customized for your patient.

What Is Patient-Specific Compounding?

With compounding, we can combine, remix, or change a medication’s active ingredients and additives to address specific patient needs. For example, we can compound to eliminate allergens from a standard formulation, tailor dosages, enhance absorbability, combine drugs for convenience, or change a drug’s flavor or texture.

Regular pharmacies don’t fill prescriptions for compounded drugs; that’s the work of compounding pharmacies. Belmar has two kinds of facilities — a 503A Compounding Pharmacy and a 503B FDA-registered Outsourcing Facility. Our 503B outsourcing facility produces batches of non-patient-specific compounded products that we sell to clinical offices and other pharmacies. The 503A facility is our traditional compounding pharmacy where we make individualized formulations, following a compounded prescription that you write for a specific patient.

What Conditions Can Be Addressed With Belmar Medication Solutions?

Belmar produces medications that may help with hormone replacement, thyroid and autoimmune diseases and disorders, sexual wellness, aesthetic dermatology, brain/sleep/mind support, and related issues. Many of our compounded medications are designed to increase your patients’ sense of wellness and their ability to enjoy their lives fully.

What Dosage Forms Does Belmar Offer?

  • Oral Tablets
  • Sublingual Tablets
  • Vaginal Tablets
  • Transdermal Cream
  • Vaginal Creams
  • Suppositories (Rectal or Vaginal)
  • Topical Gel
  • Solutions
  • Ointments

We offer a proprietary hormone tablet are preferred by thousands of prescribers across the country.

Belmar’s Focus on Quality

We have a culture of quality and compliance. Every member of our team cares about the safety of our medications and the health of your patients. We believe we have the highest level of quality standards of any compounding pharmacy in the U.S.

We comply strictly with all the regulatory standards for our industry, established by:

  • State boards of pharmacy, which regulate all 503A pharmacies
  • FDA, which has oversight for the safety of all active pharmaceutical ingredients
  • DEA, that oversees the controlled substances used in compounded preparations
  • USP Convention, a private group that issues practice standards
  • USP General Chapter <795> provides guidelines for the prevention of contamination and potency variance, preparation process, beyond-use dates, and stability for non-sterile compounding

We have our own policies that exceed even these industry standards. Our ingredients and compounds are tested and retested, randomly and continuously, by an independent lab, all the way from sourcing through distribution.

We own FDA-registered Green Mountain Pharmaceuticals, a company that sources and manufactures many of the bulk ingredients that supply our pharmacy. But whether our active ingredients come from our own sister company or external suppliers, we require the same rigorous safety measures.

Why Should You Use Belmar for Your Patient-Specific Compounding?

As a national compounding pharmacy with more than three decades of patient-specific compounding experience, we offer:

  • Reliability, based on the expertise we’ve gained over our long history in business
  • Individualized treatments for a range of health and wellness issues
  • Standard and specialized dosage forms
  • Carefully enforced high-quality standards for ingredients and compounded medications
  • Expert-level clinical education and consultation resources
  • Patient education to help your patients understand and take full advantage of the treatments you prescribe
  • Outstanding Customer Service
  • Complimentary Dosing Calculator
  • Inventory Management Assistance
  • A team of Solutions Engineers to support your practice
How to
Get Started
Working With Us

We provide a formulary and lots of additional information on our website targeted to clinicians. If this is your first time working with a compounding pharmacy, we can help you get started with our section on writing patient-specific compounding prescriptions. You can also set up a one-on-one consultation with our compounding experts to get answers to any of your questions.

How to Talk to Your Doctor About Getting Compounded Treatments

If you are a patient looking for more information on the benefits of compounding and compounded medications, check out our compounding and medication solutions pages to get started.

Then have a talk with your doctor about whether compounding can help you become healthier or maintain the good state of health you have.

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If you’re a patient, we’re here to help you fill prescriptions or provide you the information you need to work with your doctor to help decide if a compounded prescription might be a good treatment for you.

Prescribers, for a complete formulary or access to our clinical resources fill out the form below and one of our Solutions Engineers will be in touch shortly. If you are new to compounding, you may also find our page on How to Write a Compounding Prescription helpful.

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