Providing access to preferred specialty drugs and compounded therapies along with compassionate support

FountainRx offers the latest, strongest medications for a variety of health issues, including specialty drugs for serious, chronic health conditions. Below you will find more information about the types of drugs we dispense, along with the important support services we offer to you as a patient.

Access to specialty drugs

Just like the name implies, a specialty drug is a very specialized type of medication. It may be more complex to take, more expensive to pay for or more powerful than other drugs you get at a regular pharmacy. Often, specialty drugs are used to manage chronic health conditions like rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, psoriasis, Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis. Specialty drugs are usually dispensed by accredited pharmacies like FountainRx, where staff members have the knowledge and training needed to help individuals get the most out of these medications.

Compounded or customized drugs

Compounded drugs are customized medications made according to your physician’s exact specifications right at our pharmacy. At FountainRx, we have the unique expertise needed to develop therapies for certain feet and skin conditions, as well as ear, nose and throat issues. We also compound medications for pain management as well as bioidentical hormone replacement therapy.

And so much more

At FountainRx, we do much more than just fill prescriptions for compounded or specialty drugs. We also help you understand how to take your medication correctly, educate you about any potential side effects and tell how to get the most benefit from your specific treatment. We also offer a secure text messaging program that allows you to communicate with us quickly and easily. Thanks to these comprehensive services, physicians trust us to dispense these medications and provide you with the knowledge and support required for your specific drug therapy to be effective. 


If you have any questions, or need to contact us to fill a prescription, please call (844) 990-9993, email us at or contact us via our contact form.