Our compounding pharmacy utilizes specialized technique, equipment and expertise to customize remedies for the individual for a myriad of disease states. We advocate blending the best of Eastern and Western medicine & nutrition to PREVENT disease and deficiencies, while also being uniquely qualified to formulate treatments for a wide range of chronic and acute conditions. From the common cold to cancer, we are your go-to when you need a creative, innovative, “outside the box” solution!
We have invested in partnerships that will impact our community directly, as well as programs that will bear fruit in areas where research and training is lacking and underfunded. One such program, which we became a sponsor of in 2014, is the Naturopathic Education & Research Consortium (NERC), whose purpose is to advance the field of naturopathic medicine through the funding of residency programs in various medical specialties.
Rosalee graduated from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences. Through patient education and comprehensive consultations, she focuses on bio-identical hormone replacement therapy, adrenal fatigue, anti-aging and nutraceutical support with a commitment to revitalizing and maintaining optimal health. With over 2 decades of experience compounding medications for domestic and exotic animals, Rosalee also brings comfort and reassurance to pet owners.
She’s also the most positive person here. Hands down. It’s so annoying… Must be the Bikram Yoga.
Mary is a pharmacist with 40 years of experience in community, hospital, long-term care and compounding. She is also a Certified Clinical Nutritionist. Oh, AND an actress, singer, costume designer, seamstress, airplane driver and queen of the quick quip. Her talents and interests are endless. A great example of what we can accomplish if we ditch the television.
Is there anything about Mary that isn’t awesome? Yes...She’s a Husky. Go Cougs!
Heather graduated from the University of Washinton Pharmacy School with her docturate in 2001 and worked in the hospital and clinical setting as a staff pharmacist until 2004. For the last 10 years she has been working in long term care pharmacy specializing in medication compliance packaging for the mental health and elderly population. She is excited for the opportunity and challenges that working in the compounding setting will bring, especailly getting the chance to work with animals and their unique medication needs.
When she is not working Heather enjoys spending time with her family traveling, watching her daughter scuba dive and also volunteering at her daughters dance studio where she and her husband both participate in the annual Nutcracker performances. If you happen to get the opportunity to watch the show, keep an eye out for the littlest rat in the fight scene!
Cherry has been compounding since 1995. After graduating from pharmacy tech school in San Diego, CA. She began her career working for University Compounding Pharmacy in San Diego for 6 years. In January 2002 she accepted a job offer from Randy Mentzer, R.Ph. CCN and has been our steady hand ever since.
In her “spare” time, Cherry loves smothering her 2 children, reading books and experimenting with different recipes for cookies and other fine confections. As best as we can figure, Cherry lives to test the will of her co-workers -- tempting them with her ridiculously good creations like gluten-free banana bread and Nutella-filled chocolate chip cookies. Of course we all work in a nutrition center, so it’s SUPER rare for anyone to give in… Or at least admit to it!
Rosa began her pharmacy career in 2001 and joined our team in 2014 with the acquisition of Degarmo’s Compounding Pharmacy. You’ll notice her infectious enthusiasm as she “spreads the word”, educating our community about the benefits of compounded medications!
Throughout the years Rosa has gained extensive knowledge in both marketing, sterile and non-sterile compounding.
In her free time she loves to hike, cook, spend time with her family and read through countless pages of compounding Policies & Procedures.