Myerlee Pharmacy has served physicians and customers since 1991. We have established ourselves in Lee County as a well respected leader in the pharmaceutical compounding industry. Our state-of-the-art on-site sterile compounding pharmacy is the only pharmacy in Lee County with a sterile license from State Board of Pharmacy. Our ISO Class 7 clean room meets USP 797 guidelines.
We provide high quality, cost-effective, customized compounded drug formulations of medications that are not available from a pharmaceutical manufacturer. We produce a wide range of unique compounded medications suitable for every individual customer after having received a prescription from your physician.
Pharmacist and Owner
Jeff Steele, pharmacist and owner of Myerlee Pharmacy, graduated pharmacy school from West Virginia University in 1982 and has been practicing pharmacy in Lee County.
Pharmacist and Owner
Milton Larrea, pharmacist and owner of Myerlee Pharmacy graduated pharmacy school from University of Florida. Before purchasing Myerlee Pharmacy with partner Jeff.
What is Sterile and Non-Sterile Compounding?
Myerlee Pharmacy has been compounding sterile & non-sterile prescriptions since 1991. Our state-of-the-art ISO Class 7 clean room exceeds USP 797 guidelines. Myerlee pharmacy is the only compounding pharmacy with a sterile license from the State Board of Pharmacy in Lee County Florida.
We offer Sterile Injectables, Preservative- Free Formulations, Eye Drops, Intramuscular medications, Subcutaneous medications, Inhalations & many other sterile compounds. Our products are tested for Sterility, Potency, Fungus, & Pathogens.
There are several reasons why Myerlee Pharmacy provides non-sterile compounded prescriptions. Many patients are allergic to preservatives or dyes and could be sensitive to standard drug strengths. With a physician’s consent, we can change the strength of a medication, alter its form in the most convenient way for the patient to receive proper dosing, or add flavor to make some medications more palatable.
Medications may be commercially unavailable due to being back-ordered by the manufacture, discontinued due to decreased usage, which could result of an introduction of a newer drug.
Myerlee Pharmacy prepares medication using several unique delivery systems, such as sublingual troche/lozenges, capsules, lollipops, transdermal gel/cream, suppositories, and liquid.