Pioneers in Compounding for over 25 years.
Welcome! Stenlake Compounding Chemist is here to provide quality personalised medication designed to suit your individual needs. We do not believe “one size fits all” when it comes to medication. Our experienced pharmacists work closely with healthcare physicians to achieve tailor-made treatment plans for each individual through innovative and evidence-based clinical interventions.
You can order your prescription online with us. After receiving your order and once we sight your script, we will call you to complete a thorough risk assessment, then finalise your order and collect payment details. We then begin the process of compounding your script and making the necessary preparations.
How to order your prescription
Fill in the order form
Complete the order form with prescription details, including patient information and delivery details.
Upload your prescription
You can simply upload a readable image of your prescription. You can call us if you need assistance.
Following the laws outlined by the Pharmacy Board of Australia, we must receive the original signed prescription before we can dispense/supply any prescription medications.
Therefore, you must either:
- Bring in your original prescription with you when you collect your medication, or:
- Send the original prescription to us via post. We strongly suggest Express Post as it is faster, more reliable and it also provides you with tracking of the delivery.
All products take two working days to compound and allow one to two business days for delivery. We require a signature on receipt for all deliveries. For further enquiries or any information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 02 9387 3205 during business hours Mon – Fri (9am – 5pm).
What is Compounding?
Compounding is the Art & Science of Creating Personalised Medications
Compounded medications are prepared based on a practitioner’s prescription in which individual ingredients are mixed together in the exact strength and dosage form is required by the patient. This method allows the compounding pharmacist to work with the patient and the prescriber to customise a medication to meet the patient’s specific needs.
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What makes us different?
Stenlake Compounding Chemist has operated as a stand-alone compounding chemist since 1998 and at the time was one of the largest stand-alone compounding pharmacies in Australia.
With the highest quality medicines and customer service, we pride ourselves on our quick turn around times, knowledge base and research capabilities.
Highly skilled and qualified pharmacists and technicians who are passionate about their job and helping the patient by optimising their treatment.
State of the Art Facility
Our state of the art, purpose built laboratories are designed to produce high-quality non-sterile and sterile compounds.
Maintaining the highest standards has always been top priority. Our sterile laboratory is built according to the latest USP guidelines.
25+ Years of Experience
Our innovative and evidence-based outlook has provided our valued customers with tailored, high-quality medication for over 25 years.
We don’t believe in the ‘one size fits all’ approach. We provide personalised solutions and innovative treatment options.
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More good news on Alzheimer’s risk reduction – if you’re on HRT. Until now, research on HRT and dementia risk has been unclear: studies have shown that supplementing with oestrogen may reduce risk, but a multi-hormone prescription may not. But research published a couple of weeks ago – again in the British Medical Journal – found that there’s no link.
After tracking over 600,000 women across three decades, scientists found there was no correlation between dementia diagnosis and HRT usage – regardless of the type of hormone replacement used. ‘This large observational study found no overall association between use of menopausal hormone therapy and risk of developing dementia,’ the authors said. ‘This finding was consistent across different types of hormones, doses, applications, and time of hormone therapy initiation.’
In an opinion piece linked to the research, Prof JoAnn Manson, from Harvard Medical School, said the results should provide “reassurance” for women. I interviewed Professor Manson for The Age-Well Project three years ago, and we discussed the inconsistencies around research into HRT and dementia risk. She told me that research was underway then which would hopefully give clarity on the subject. So it’s great to see that research has now arrived with positive news for the millions of women taking HRT.