Welcome to Medical Center Pharmacy Hawaii's Premier Compounding Pharmacy.
Welcome to Medical Center Pharmacy, a family-owned and operated pharmacy that has served Oahu since 1988.
As problem-solvers, we strive to provide alternatives to healthcare problems, which are not addressed by traditional medicine. We specialize in customized compounded medications to meet specific patient needs. This includes, but is by no means limited to:
- Unique dosage forms containing the ideal dose of medication for each individual
- Hormone replacement therapy for men and women
- Specially flavored medicine for children
- Veterinary medications for your pets
- Pain management
- Dosage forms that are not commercially available, such as gels, capsules, transdermals, patches, lollipops and more
- We work together with patients and medical practitioners to provide individualized solutions to healthcare problems. We are passionate about providing premium care and service, to improve and maintain your highest quality of life.
Our hours are 8:30 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday and 08:30 am to 12:30pm on Saturdays. We welcome your visit and your questions. Feel free to call or email to request more information.
Medical Center Pharmacy takes the practice of pharmacy compounding seriously and uses only the highest-quality, pharmaceutical-grade chemicals and top-of-the-line equipment . We validate the quality of our work by frequently testing our finished products at an outside laboratory to verify and ensure potency and purity.
Please note: A prescription from a licensed practitioner is required for compounded medications
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