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Prescription Compounding

In addition to filling traditional prescriptions, we compound customized medications to meet the specific needs of our patients. Each patient has special requirements and unique likes and dislikes. Working with your prescriber, our compounding pharmacists can personalize your medication to the exact strength and dosage form that is best for you, your children and your pets.

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Full Service Pharmacy

Our full-service pharmacy can prepare all your prescriptions. We offer free delivery of your prescriptions and over-the-counter items to your home or office. Our experienced pharmacists are available to talk to you about your health and answer your questions.

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Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)

At Doyle’s Pharmacy, we specialize in women’s health. We work with patients and their healthcare providers to customize a Hormone Replacement Therapy plan.

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Over-The-Counter

You will find a full selection of over-the-counter items for all of your health and personal hygiene needs. We also carry a variety of skin care and specialty items that can be difficult to find elsewhere.

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Compounding for Clinical Trials

At Doyle’s Pharmacy, our experienced pharmacists provide clinical trial pharmacy services to medical schools, veterinary schools, clinics, universities, hospitals, and research institutions.

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