With over 15 years of pharmacy compounding experience, University Compounding Pharmacy (UCP) is at a nique advantage in creating individualized formulations for each patient’s specific needs.
UCP has worked with many University and Teaching hospitals, Clinical Investigators, Private Practice Physicians, Veterinary Practitioners, and Pharmaceutical companies to help produce medications. We have extensive experience in the preparation of medications for pharmaceutical clinical investigations as dictated for Phase I, II, III, and IV trials. We adhere to the most stringent reporting requirements to ensure the highest quality patient care. Our specially formulated products undergo independent qualitative and quantitative testing at an outside facility to provide quality assurance for our products.
Our pharmacists are knowledgeable in various fields drawn from their experiences working in hospitals, clinical research, community pharmacy settings, chemical industry, and commercial pharmaceutical industry. Backed with our collective experienced pharmacists, attention to detail, and use of only high quality United States Pharmacopeia (USP) approved chemicals, UCP has been successful in providing state of the art
compounding formulations and exceptional customer service to healthcare providers and their patients.
UCP is HCAC (Health Care Accreditation Board) certified and USP 795 and 797 compliant. Some of the advanced technology used in our facility includes a Class 1000 clean room which is licensed for sterile medication compounding and a computer software program capable of tracking every detail of each compounded product.
UCP services for clinical trials and investigational studies include:
• Health Care Accreditation Council Certified (HCAC)
• USP 795 and 797 Compliant
• Class 1000 clean room
• Licensed for sterile medication formulation
• Validation of testing methods (endotoxin, pyrogen, fungal)
• Independent qualitative and quantitative testing
• Certificate of analysis for all chemical ingredients
• Process and equipment calibration
• Master formula and lot specific records
• Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
• Oral, Parenteral, and topical dosage forms
For more information regarding clinical trials contact UCP at 619 683 2005.