Specialty Pharmacy

Going beyond
the simple

Specialty Pharmacy

Ivira provides access to advanced medications used to treat a variety of health issues. These medications are often complex or expensive, so you might not find them at regular retail pharmacies. Some manufacturers will only offer these drugs through specialty pharmacies. That’s because specialty pharmacies like Ivira provide such a high level of expertise and patient support.

Access to advanced medications is used to treat a variety of health issues.

Addiction Management





Allergy / Immunology



Infusion Therapy

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Services offered

Clinical and Adherence Monitoring

Transferring your prescriptions online takes the hassle out of ordering and collecting your medication. Get them delivered straight to your door within 24 hours.


Ivira goes beyond medication services by providing patients with vital prevention and wellness education.

Financial Assistance

We offer financial assistance to patients who need that helping hand with payments.

Limited Distribution Drugs

Our limited distribution drug status means we can assign specialty medications with complex management regimens.

Prior Authorizations

We provide prior authorization for prescription drugs so your insurance company can cover you.


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Services offered

Hepatitis C

Cure is now within reach for most patients. However, treatment comes with a challenging landscape. Let us help you navigate the way to better health outcomes with our clinical expertise and our URAC accredited disease management program. Our interventional care plan approach will help patients reach their treatment goals.

HIV – Adult & Pediatric

Ivira offers excellent support for HIV patients, supporting adults and children with easy-to-administer medicine.


We compound dermatological medications so we can treat almost any skin disease or condition.

Pre-exposure Prophylaxis

We provide Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis or PrEP antiretroviral medication to prevent the acquisition of HIV infection.

Injectable Anti-Pyschotics

We administer injectable anti-psychotic medication for slow release and longer lasting effects.

Oncology – Adult and Pediatric

Our excellent oncological care helps adults and children diagnosed with cancer, using targeted therapy and immunotherapy.

Rheumatoid Arthritis

Our treatments for rheumatoid arthritis means patients can manage their condition, minimizing flare-ups and long-term damage to joints.


We treat hyperlipidemia with ongoing medication to control blood lipid levels, so patients can manage the chronic disorder as best as possible.


Frequently asked

What is a Specialty Pharmacy?

A specialty pharmacy provides medications, comprehensive support, services, and education to patients who require treatment for rare and chronic conditions. Therapies for these conditions are often costly and require a higher level of expertise to achieve the best possible outcomes. Specialty medications come in many different forms including injectable, infused, oral, inhaled and topical. Many require refrigeration during shipment and at home. Specialty medications are generally more expensive than traditional drugs and may require pre-authorization by your health plan.

Why choose iriva for my specialty pharmacy needs?

Ivira’s specialty pharmacists are highly trained, knowledgeable, and dedicated experts who understand the individual needs of patients with complex, rare, orphan, and ultra orphan conditions.  These include mental health, cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, HIV, infertility, hepatitis and several other conditions.

What kinds of services does ivira provide?

At ivira, we go above and beyond just dispensing your medication.

Our service include

i. Financial and billing support to minimize your drug costs
ii. Support throughout the insurance approval process
iii. Quick and easy access to your medications
iv. Counseling and educational information for our patients
v. Regular calls with patients to monitor therapies
vi. Prescription refill reminders
vii. Pharmacists available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to speak with you

What kind of financial and billing support do you offer?

Ivira Specialty Pharmacy’s team works with your insurance plan to identify coverage guidelines and obtain necessary authorizations require to receive your medications. In addition, we see if you are eligible for various drug programs to reduce out-of-pocket insurance or co-pay expense.

Do you offer delivery for specialty medication?

Ivira Specialty Pharmacy provides care to patients to numerous states and offers free delivery to a customer’s home or physician’s office.

How will I know if my drugs are covered by insurance?

Ivira will conduct a thorough benefits investigation to determine your eligibility for coverage with your insurance provider. Ivira has experience navigating through the insurance companies and obtaining approval for your specialty medication. If insurance coverage is a issue, Ivira will explore a number of alternatives to help you keep your therapy at the lowest price possible.

What are Ivira Specialty Pharmacy hours?

Our pharmacists are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to speak with you. You can call us at any of our pharmacy locations.


Our compounding pharmacies can produce unique dosage forms based on patient preferences and/or restrictions. Examples include dye-free, preservative-free, alcohol-free, and/or sugar-free forms of medications. Many compounds are specialized medication combinations or compounded in other forms that are not otherwise commercially available.

We’ve innovated ways to
customize medications

The art of compounding utilizes modern medicine techniques while still holding true to
the pharmacist profession.



Erectile Dysfunction

Hormone Optimization



IV treatments

Wound Care


Sports Medicine

Topical Pain Cream



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Frequently asked

What is Compounding?

Compounding is a practice in which a licensed pharmacist, upon a physicians' prescription request, combines, mixes, or alters ingredients of a drug to create a medication tailored to the needs of an individual patient. A healthcare provider commonly prescribes a compounded drug when a commercially available product does not meet the patient needs.

What is the difference between commercially available drugs and compounded medications?

Commercially available drugs are manufactured by pharmaceutical companies in mass quantities for the general population.Compounded medications are ordered by a physician and prepared by a compounding pharmacy made specifically for the patient unique medical needs.

What type of prescriptions can be compounded?

Almost any medication can be compounded for a patient requiring unique dosages, forms, and/or delivery devices. Compounding applications can include:

i. Hormone replacement therapy
ii. Veterinary
iii. Pediatrics
iv. Pain management
v. Dentistry
vi. Dermatology
vii. Sinus therapy
viii. Weight loss
ix. Medication flavoring
x. Sports medicine
xi. Wound care

Is compounding legal? Is it safe?

The Food and Drug Administration has stated that compounded prescriptions are both ethical and legal as long as they are prescribed by a licensed practitioner for a specific patient and compounded by a licensed pharmacy. In addition, compounding is regulated by state boards of pharmacy and the Food and Drug Administration.

Is compounding expensive?

Compounded medication may or may not cost more than regular medication. The cost depends on a number of factors such as the type of ingredients and equipment required and the time the pharmacist spends researching and preparing the medication.

Care that’s always there
for you and your furry friends.

We’ll work closely with your veternary practitioner to compound medications for pets large and small.
We even care for your exotic and zoo animals.

Endocrine Health

Eye Care

Heart & Blood Pressure

Pain Relief

Respiratory & Cough

Seizure & Epilepsy


Diabetes & Insulin

Ear Care


Urinary & Incontinence

Allergy Relief


Anxiety & Calming


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Frequently asked

What flavors can a compounding veterinary pharmacy create for pet medication?

These are just a few examples of the different types of flavors that our veterinary compounding pharmacy can create:

i. Tuna or liver for cats
ii. Beef or chicken for your dog
iii. Fruit flavors

Other than orally, what are other ways to administer pet medication?

Transdermal delivery of medication allows owners to administer medications non invasively. This special gel allows the drug to be absorbed through the skin. This procedure is painless, tasteless and simple.Your pet may not even know he or she is getting a medication.

How can a compounding veterinary pharmacy adjust dosage size of pet medication?

A common issue is that commercial pet medications may be available in only one size or strength. For example, one tablet may be too large to give to a cat, but a large dog may need several tablets to ensure the correct dose. Ivira can create a medication that contains the most appropriate dose required for each animal.

What happens if my pet needs medication that is not typically manufactured by drug companies?

Our compounding pharmacy can obtain the necessary pharmaceutical-grade materials to create a compound individualized for your pet’s needs.

Do you have sterile and ophthalmic pet medications available?

Yes, our facility is equipped to handle and create sterile and ophthalmic (eye) solutions for your pet prescriptions.

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Put your patients in good hands.

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