What is Medicine Compounding?

Compounding medicine first started in the 19th century and has been a long-established tradition in the pharmacy practice ever since, allowing doctors and veterinarians to prescribe medicines which have been specially prepared by highly trained compounding pharmacists to meet patients individual needs.

With a growing number of patients showing unique health needs that off-the-shelf prescription medicines cannot meet, prescribers are now turning to compounded medication.  

Compounded medications ordered by physicians or veterinarians are prepared by highly trained, licensed compounding pharmacists in our on site laboratories to meet the unique needs of each person or animal. 


We have a wide range of flavours available for compounding with Human & Veterinarian medications.

Flavouring medication that patients or animals may find unpleasant increases palatability and eases the administering process, doing this can reduce stress for both patients and pet owners.


We have the following flavours available:

  • Apple
  • Beef
  • Butterscotch
  • Caramel
  • Chocolate
  • Fish
  • Grilled Chicken
  • Liver
  • Marshmallow
  • Orange
  • Tutti-Frutti
  • Raspberry
  • Strawberry
  • Vanilla
  • Watermelon

Ordering Options


You can fax in your prescriptions to your preferred Pharmacy to be filled

Clinicare Compounding Pharmacy Maylands
(08) 9471 7115

Clinicare Compounding Pharmacy Baldivis
(08) 9523 2274


You can email in your prescriptions to be filled.

Email Clinicare Baldivis
Email Clinicare Maylands


You can mail in your prescriptions to your preferred Pharmacy to be filled

Clinicare Compounding Pharmacy Maylands 245 Guildford Rd, Maylands WA 6051

Clinicare Compounding Pharmacy Baldivis Unit 1 7 Minden Lane, Baldivis WA 6171


To use our online Compounding Ordering Portal you must first register for an account with us, you can do this by click the button below.

To obtain an account you must be either a registered doctor, pharmacist or veterinarian.

How Do I Fill A Prescription?

Placing a prescription is usually done by the prescriber. If the prescriber issues a repeat on the prescription, Clinicare can keep this on file and can be contacted when the repeat is required to be filled. A repeat will only be filled upon request.

Clinicare Compounding Pharmacy accepts Master Card, Visa, Direct Debit, and cheque's in advance of shipment. Veterinarians may also contact Clinicare to set up an account.

Please refer to our ordering portal for more information.

What are the expiry dates for different medications?

Expiry dates, also known as beyond use dates (BUD), are often short as the medication has been compounded.

For specific expiry dates please contact the pharmacy.