Eastern States Compounding Accredited by the PCAB
Top Quality & Safety Endorsement
The PCAB is a non-profit corporation formed by eight national pharmaceutical 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.
The American Medical Association (AMA) recognizes the accreditation program of the Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation Board (PCABTM) and the PCABTM Seal of Accreditation as a means to identify compounding pharmacies that adhere to quality and practice standards, for the preparation of individualized medications for specific patient.
For more information on PCAB Accreditation, visit the PCAB Web site at www.achc.org.
Littleton Pharmacy Earns Special Accreditation By Lorna Colqhoun
LITTLETON – A local pharmacy, exclusively devoted to developing customized medications, has earned accreditation from the Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation Board. “We’re the first one in northern New England and the first one in New Hampshire to receive accreditation,” said David Rochefort, R. Ph. who opened the Northern New England Compounding Pharmacy in 2006. “We’re the second in New England to receive it.” Read more…
Pharmacy Is The First In Northern New England To Earn New Accreditation Status: High Marks On Quality And Safety Littleton, NH – Northern New England Compounding Pharmacy (Eastern States Compounding) has become the first pharmacy in northern New England to earn the Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation Board’s Seal of Accreditation – Read more…