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Call (855) 554-2889
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Saturday,
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FAQ’s

Prefer to talk to someone before getting started with Valor? Contact us.

What states does Valor service?

Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California*
Colorado
Connecticut
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Illinois
Maryland
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Nevada
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
Ohio
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Tennessee
Utah
Virginia
Washington
Washington, D.C.
West Virginia
Wyoming
 
*California is the only state in which we ship sterile compounded medications at this time, in addition to non-sterile compounded medications.

How long does it take Valor to fill a prescription?

Most compounded medications are ready for pick-up or to ship in 2 business days or less, depending on the complexity.

What dosage forms does Valor offer?

Oral Dosage Forms
– Sublingual tablet
– Troche
– Capsule
– Suspension
– Solution
– Lollipops
Topical Dosage Forms
– Creams
– Gels
– Ointments
– Nasal spray
– Otic powder
– Suppositories
Sterile Dosage Forms
– Injectable
– Eye drops

Can Valor ship my prescription to me?

Yes, we can ship any non-sterile medication to any state in which we are licensed via FedEx, with free, two-day shipping. California is the only state in which we ship sterile compounded medications at this time.

Are Valor compounded medications covered by insurance?

Valor Compounding Pharmacy does not directly bill insurers. Depending on your insurance plan, you may be reimbursed by sending in a claim form. Many insurance companies cover compounded prescriptions. However, we suggest that you contact your insurance company to learn about your specific coverage. We can provide you with an insurance claim form that you may send to your carrier upon request.

What is the difference between Sterile and Non-Sterile Compounding?

In the compounding pharmacy industry, there are specific definitions, regulations, and licensure that differ between running a sterile compounding pharmacy versus a non-sterile compounding pharmacy.
Sterile compounding follows strict standards and is used when there is a high risk of infection, as sterile compounded medications are typically intended to be used as injections, or ophthalmic sterile compounds for eye drops, and others. Medications like these need to be carefully prepared in a separate sterile clean-room, an environment free from viruses, bacteria, or any other infectious microorganisms to ensure sterility and patient safety.
Valor Compounding Pharmacy offers a select catalog of sterile compounds that undergo rigorous testing including method suitability and container closure testing. You can call us at (855) 554-2889 to get more information on our sterile compounds.
Non-sterile compounding is more common and while these drugs are not prepared in a sterile clean-room, they are made with high standards and strict guidelines. Non-sterile compounding utilizes a clean environment where equipment, surfaces, and materials are sanitized. Non-sterile compound medications include solutions, suspensions, ointments, creams, gels, powders, suppositories, capsules, troches, dissolvable forms, and tablets, and are typically taken orally or used topically.
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