We will be out, but our eCommerce is in!
Dec 24 | Dec 27 | Dec 31 | Jan 3
Please note that no shipments will be going out on Dec 24, Dec 27, Dec 31, and Jan 3, due to public holidays and facility closures. We encourage all customers to place their orders well in advance during the busy holiday season. Delays can be expected on ground orders in some areas.
Dear valued partner,
Every year we take some time to celebrate our employees and our progress as an organization.
This year, Medisca Day will take place on the afternoon (EDT) of June 9, 2023, which means that all services and warehouse operations will be on hold for a few hours. Please contact us before 11:30 am EDT otherwise we will be pleased to serve you on Monday, June 12.
We thank you for your partnership.
The Medisca Team
The Food and Drug Administration recognizes that the practice of pharmacy compounding is an important public health alternative for patients who require medication that is not commercially available, or not available due to drug shortages. For example, pharmacy compounding may be required if a patient needs a customized medication without a certain dye due to an allergy.
To ensure patient safety, compounding prescriptions must be prescribed by a licensed practitioner and compounded by a licensed pharmacist. Compounding pharmacies must also comply with the regulations set forth by State Boards of Pharmacy. In addition, the products and supplies used by compounding pharmacies should come from Health Canada, FDA-registered and inspected facilities.
As a Health Canada and FDA-registered establishment, MEDISCA seeks to comply with cGMPs and takes a proactive approach in enhancing quality control. Furthermore, as a result of our commitment to quality, MEDISCA’s distribution facilities in Plattsburgh, NY and Las Vegas, NV have been awarded VAWD accreditation, demonstrating to our customers that we take actions to ensure the safe distribution of prescription drugs.
Depending on your insurance plan, patients may be reimbursed by sending in claim forms. Many insurance companies will reimburse compounded prescriptions; however, we suggest that you consult with your insurance provider for eligible benefits.
Almost any medication can be compounded. Compounded prescriptions are intended for patients that require customized medication. Delivery vehicles that are often used for compounding include:
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Please note that MEDISCA will no longer accept any returns and will not issue any credits for active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs).
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