The art of preparing medications dates back to the origins of pharmacy. At Hill’s Compounding Pharmacy in Milford, Ohio (Cincinnati, OH area), we still practice the time proven art of compounding using modern variations of the "mortar and pestle" to prepare unique and individualized medications.
Hill's Compounding Pharmacy has been recognized internationally as a dermatology leader in preparations for the treatment of vitiligo through the use of monobenzone creams for pigmentation.
Pain management is a strong focus at Hill's Compounding Pharmacy. Talk to us about your options for treatment of fibromyalga and neuropathic pain.
Working with your doctor, compounding allows our pharmacists to customize the strength and dosage form of a medication according to individual needs. This may include making capsules, oral suspensions, topical or transdermal medications for you or your family pet. It may also involve adding flavors, or preparing a dye-free or preservative-free medication. The possibilities are endless.
Pharmacists Jeff Hill and Jim Bock have over 60 years of combined experience and can formulate and prepare a medication specifically designed for you.
Our staff also includes Jill Schad, RN who is expertly trained to provide private consultations for customized hormone replacement therapies (HRT). Please contact us to arrange a consultation appointment.
Our compounding services can enhance virtually any area of medicine including customized hormone replacement therapy, pain therapies, pediatric dosage forms and flavors, veterinary formulations, capsule and suppository preparations, skin preparations, hospice formulations, lip balms, medicated lozenges, or eye and ear drops. Ask us how compounded medications can help you.
Need help with Durable Medical Equipment ? Check out the catalogue on our site for descriptions of some of the most popular items we carry. As always, don't hesitate to call with your questions or to ask us to find an item not pictured.
We think you’ll agree that Hill’s Compounding Pharmacy is “The Right Mix” for all of your pharmacy needs.
A prescription from a licensed practitioner is required for compounded medications