Wells Pharmacy Network is proud to announce its achievement of PCAB® accreditation, a service of ACHC, for sterile and non-sterile compounding. We couldn’t be more honored to receive this accreditation awarded to us in recognition of the pharmacy’s commitment to providing the highest quality of our preparations we compound.
Achieving accreditation is a process where healthcare organizations demonstrate compliance with national standards. PCAB® accreditation reflects an organizations dedication and commitment to meeting standards that facilitate a higher level of performance and patient care.
At Wells Pharmacy, we understand that custom compounding is complex and we have made significant investments to expand our Ocala facility and utilized the most advanced sterilization equipment available to ensure patient safety. Investments in automation include equipment to dispense and label medications to ensure the highest level of accuracy and safety and USP 800 complaint facility renovations. At Wells Pharmacy, quality and safety are our priorities, and as always we:
- Employ experienced clinical pharmacists and registered pharmacy technicians who process and verify all orders, quality and safety officers, microbiologist and chemists
- Meets all USP <797> sterile compounding and USP <795> non-sterile compounding standards.
- Provide sterility testing reports upon request with every sterile order.
- Capture images of every order we send out.
- Feature a 5-Point Quality Control Process
Wells Pharmacy Network received our accreditation on November 17th, 2017 for both our Ocala, Florida Facility as well as our Dyersburg, Tennessee Facility for sterile and non-sterile compounding. Our PCAB® Accreditation in combination with our commitment to continuous compliance significantly reduces the risk associated with compounding medications and demonstrates a commitment to meeting the highest industry standards for quality and safety. If you would like more information on our PCAB® Accreditation, would like to review our Accreditation Report or have questions about compounding pharmacy, please call us or visit www.pcab.org.