Remote Pharmacy Services

A cost effective option to a 24-hour pharmacy, our remote pharmacy services will help decrease cost and medication errors, while improving patient care.

“PharmD on Demand is more than just a job. The company has been family to me for almost three years now. I have never worked for a company that truly upholds its integrity by really taking care of patients as well as their employees. To this day, I truly still feel very blessed to have found PharmD on Demand and that they took a chance on me and allowed me to grow and be the best pharmacist I can be.”

PharmD on Demand Pharmacist

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Our Services

Solutions to Improve Patient Care and Reduce Cost

A Virtual Pharmacist Network

We share services and resources across our network to help on-site pharmacists be more efficient and save money for their hospitals.

“PharmD on Demand has provided us with a great support system for our small hospital pharmacy! In addition to helping us network with other pharmacy personnel working in similar environments, they have also been helping us find PRN staff to help build our support staff here. The resources and network they provide to us is a wonderful asset and helps us improve the care we provide to our patients.”

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Who we are

PharmD on Demand was established to provide an affordable option to 24-hour hospital pharmacy coverage. We offer solutions to improve patient care and hospital cost efficiencies with seamless, customized onsite and remote services.

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Complete Pharmacy Management

We provide clinical supervision, oversight of regulatory compliance and implementation of effective pharmacoeconomics.

“PharmD on Demand provides the opportunity to grow as a professional and maintain a healthy work-life balance.”

PharmD on Demand Remote Pharmacist

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