Wound Pharmacy

Prescription Grade Wound Care

Smithville Pharmacy reduces time and costs to heal while improving patient satisfaction through its custom tailored topical anti-infective medication and wound pain management protocol.

Evidence-Based Medicine That Improves Outcomes and Decreases Costs

Wound Healing

Convert oral or IV anti-infective medications to topical formulations to apply on the wound during dressing changes.

STEP 1

Fill and send wound referral form to Smithville Pharmacy. Pharmacist reviews patient clinicals to recommend custom wound product to Wound Provider.

STEP 2

Wound Provider reviews and approves topical wound product recommendation from Smithville Pharmacy. Wound Provider can speak with Pharmacist to discuss further if needed.

STEP 3

Smithville Pharmacy creates the custom-wound dressing treatment within its USP 795 and 800-compliant lab to be immediately shipped to the patient's residence or treating facility.

STEP 4

The patient's healing potential improves when using Smithville Pharmacy's custom-wound dressing treatment as part of the provider's prescribed treatment plan.

Wound Pain

Treat procedural pain locally at the site of the wound and regionally at the dermatome for optimal pain management.

STEP 1

Fill and send wound pain referral form to Smithville Pharmacy. Pharmacist reviews patient clinicals to recommend custom pain product to Wound Provider.

STEP 2

Our pharmacy staff will verify delivery address, allergies and payment.

STEP 3

Based on the patient's wound pain needs, medications are custom tailored in our USP 795 and 800 lab.

STEP 4

Patient receives medication and can apply before procedures and throughout the day to decrease pain while improving satisfaction of care from the wound provider.

Smithville Pharmacy's custom-wound dressing treatment can be billed to a patient's prescription insurance or directly to the treatment facility/agency.

Save Your Organization Money Now and
Improve Your Patient’s Quality of Life Today.

Schedule a call with a Smithville Pharmacy wound specialist to reduce your wound care costs and time to heal.

Our Results

This neuropathic diabetic type II patient presented with a chronic wound from ill fitting shoes, resulting in an ulcer with infection.  Before treatment with Smithville Pharmacy’s proprietary wound compound, the wound was present for 6 weeks with no improvement.

Day 0

Chronic infection > 6 months not responding to treatment

Day 7

Tailored antibiotic applied during 3 dressing changes

Response to Gentamicin 0.3% / Prednisone 1%

Response to Vancomycin 2.5% in Polyox Bandage

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Who We Serve

Wound Industry & Wound Diagnostics

Incorporate our niche wound care treatments to make your service offering stand out – at no cost to you.

Hospitals & Long Term Acute Care

Minimize the need for expensive wound vac rentals and decrease wound dressing costs by implementing our service into your antibiotic stewardship protocol.

Wound Facility

You are diagnosing using the latest technology, so let us help you treat with the best that evidence-based medicine has to offer.

Wound Industry & Wound Diagnostics​

Incorporate our niche wound care treatments to make your service offering stand out – at no cost to you.

Hospitals & Long Term Acute Care

Minimize the need for expensive wound vac rentals and decrease wound dressing costs by implementing our service into your antibiotic stewardship protocol.

Non-prescribing Wound Providers

Minimize patient pain when debriding wounds and performing other procedures to improve your patient’s satisfaction with your care today.

Wound Facility

You are diagnosing using the latest technology, so let us help you treat with the best that evidence-based medicine has to offer.

Non-prescribing Wound Providers

Minimize patient pain when debriding wounds and performing other procedures to improve your patient’s satisfaction with your care today.

Home Health Agencies

We know all about PDGM reimbursement changes so let us help you avoid LUPAs, decrease wound supply costs and days to heal – all while improving cash flow with extended payment terms.

Skilled Nursing Facility

Like you, we have adapted with PDPM challenges by helping SNF deliver the best wound outcomes at the lowest cost.

Home Health Agencies

We know all about PDGM reimbursement changes so let us help you avoid LUPAs, decrease wound supply costs and days to heal – all while improving cash flow with extended payment terms.

Skilled Nursing Facility

Like you, we have adapted with PDPM challenges by helping SNF deliver the best wound outcomes at the lowest cost.

Caroline E. Fife, MD
Medical Director, CHI St Luke’s Wound Clinic - The Woodlands, Texas
Professor of Geriatrics at the Baylor College of Medicine - Houston, Texas
Chief Medical Officer, Intellicure, Inc.

I’ve used compounded antibiotics for nearly a decade but it’s been an ongoing frustration to ensure that the compounded products are affordable since patients nearly always have to pay out of pocket for them. Smithville has worked closely with me to compound products that meet the unique needs of complex wound patients. I am excited about Smithville’s compounded topical products for conditions like atrophie blanche, calciphylaxis, and pyoderma gangrenosum. It is also possible to add topical anesthetics for these horribly painful and surprisingly common conditions.

Dr. James Handy, DPM
Bastrop Foot and Ankle in Bastrop, TX

I have used the wound care compounding service from Smithville Pharmacy on several patient's wounds. The ordering process is quick and easily started. With just a wound culture and description of the wound, Smithville Pharmacy sends out the compound quickly and for a very reasonable cost. My patients have been able to use it and the results are fantastic. The antibiotic selection helps keep the bacterial load low, and the wound care ingredients help with new collagen and granulation formation and ultimately closure.

My patients and I have been very happy with the service, products, and increased healing rate from the wound care service of Smithville Pharmacy.

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Check us out in Today's Wound Clinic

Patients put their trust in healthcare professionals and should not have to face the trauma of repeated painful dressing changes. Healthcare professionals need to rise to the challenge of minimizing wound pain, selecting the appropriate wound care products, and having an understanding of the uses, indications, and contraindications of a wide range of products.

In this article, Dr. Survam Patel discusses emerging wound-related pain management trends, including current procedural and operative pain management best practices for wound providers.

Featured Case Study: Atrophie Blanche

Smithville Pharmacy shines in this article by utilizing its proprietary dosing algorithm to successfully treat chronic difficult to heal wounds such as atrophie blanche. "Over the years I had become frustrated with the challenges involved in ordering compounded treatments for wounds and the variability in pricing, since patients almost always have to pay out of pocket. I told Dr. Pena, the head pharmacist [of Smithville Pharmacy], that if they could help me with my list of “nemesis wounds,” they’d earn my enthusiastic support.

So far, we have had some success with atrophie blanche. They compounded topical Dapsone gel, to which we added topical aspirin. It is also possible to add topical anesthetic medication for this painful skin condition. " - Caroline Fife, MD

How Personalized Wound Care Diagnostics and Treatment Can Change Your Practice

Customized pathogen panels offer the rapid detection of a multitude of microorganisms and treatment resistance assessment, with biofilm analysis, which can be coupled with Smithville Pharmacy's recommendation that specifies an appropriate medication for each patient's wound.

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