Abrams Royal Compounding Pharmacy
Since 1980, Abrams Royal Compounding Pharmacy has helped many practices become nationwide centers for unique and cutting-edge therapies by providing high-quality custom compounds, education, and personalized professional support that is unmatched in the industry. We are honored to be among the first in the nation to earn PCAB Accreditation® as it further sets us apart from other compounding pharmacies.
What is PCAB Accreditation®?
PCAB Accreditation® is a system of national standards created by industry experts designed to continually monitor and improve quality through standardized process control. Our new status ensures we have undergone the profession’s most rigorous review and inspection measures.
What is the PCAB Accreditation® Process?
To earn PCAB Accreditation®, Abrams Royal Compounding Pharmacy had to complete an extensive application, document all policies, and provide an analysis of quality procedures that was reviewed by the Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation Board (PCAB) and some of the leading figures in the field of compounding. Next, the pharmacy opened its doors for an extensive on-site inspection led by compounding experts. Only when these stringent evaluations were completed did the board officially grant Abrams Royal Compounding Pharmacy the PCAB® Seal of Accreditation and the right to use the designation "PCAB Accredited® compounding pharmacy."
Patients and physicians are assured they are receiving the highest-quality custom medications that meet strict regulatory requirements. Physicians trust Abrams Royal to provide their patients with medications that are compounded correctly and consistently every time.
PCAB Accreditation® confirms our commitment to providing the safest and highest quality compounds to meet the needs of our patients – and the needs of the healthcare providers who rely on us for these specialized medicines. We also hope it will further strengthen the bond of trust you have with us.
With the demand of compounded prescriptions increasing each year, there has been a need for an enhanced, profession-wide system of standards by which each compounding pharmacy can test its quality processes. While compounding pharmacy is regulated by the state, PCAB Accreditation® is an even more comprehensive way to ensure a compounding pharmacy has undergone the profession’s most rigorous review and inspection measures.
The Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation Board is a not-for-profit corporation formed by eight national pharmacy organizations that recognized the need for a national standards organization for compounding pharmacy. Together, these leading organizations developed the policies and standards for the practice of compounding pharmacy, as well as the PCAB Accreditation® criteria and processes. For more information on PCAB Accreditation®, visit www.pcab.info.