Compounding

Locations Offered: AmesAustinElmhurstOttumwaPleasant HillPaynesvilleWaterloo

We work with the physician and patient to solve problems taking medications. Compounding custom prescription medications provide many more options for patients who are unable or have problems taking medications in conventional ways.

NuCara is an independent Midwest-based pharmacy group, dedicated to the art and science of compounding. From discontinued or unavailable meds to cutting edge dosing options...NuCara Pharmacy works with the practitioner to solve medication problems and meet specific patient needs. If you have questions about compounding prescription services or would like more information about NuCara, contact info@nucara.com.

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NuCara Compounding Pharmacies Can:

  • Customize strengths
  • Combine multiple medications into one dosage form
  • Prepare special formulations
  • Compound drugs no longer commercially available
  • Make liquid dosage forms of solid medication
  • Flavor medications
  • Eliminate preservatives
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We Compound Medications into:

  • Capsules
  • Oral Suspensions
  • Sublingual Drops
  • Nasal Sprays
  • Suppositories
  • Troches/Lozenges
  • Topical Creams or Gels
  • Anesthetic Gel
  • Rapid Dissolve Tablets
  • Lollipops

Meet NuCara Compounding

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Julia Johnson, MHA

  • Business Development
  • p: 641-777-0159
  • jjohnson@nucara.com
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Chris Williams

  • Business Development
  • p: 512-282-0080
  • cwilliams@nucara.com

Learn More About Our Specialities

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Organizations who founded PCAB and who make up the PCAB Board of Directors include The American College of Apothecaries, National Community Pharmacists Association, American Pharmacists Association, National Alliance of State Pharmacy Associations, International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists, National Home Infusion Association, National Association of Boards of Pharmacy, and the United States Pharmacopeia. The creation of this board by such a diverse group was in response to the need that the pharmacy profession had to establish an enhanced, profession-wide system of standards by which each compounding pharmacy can tests its quality processes. There are less than 1% of an estimated 60,000 pharmacies nationwide that have attained the distinction of being a PCAB accredited compounding pharmacy. More information regarding PCAB and the requirements of this accreditation can be found at www.pcab.org.