About Town Total Compounding


At the Total Town Compounding Center, a compounding pharmacy of New York, our mission is to help keep patients healthy. Joseph Navarra, owner and pharmacist, has over 26 years of compounding experience. He started customized compounding in 1994 to help the growing need for pediatric dosage forms of HIV medication. Our unique range of service then progressively grew to meet the immediate and on-going needs of patients, caregivers and prescribers.

To properly serve our patients who require our compounding specialty, the Town Total Compounding Center was formed. We are exclusively a compounding pharmacy, so we specialize in meeting your specific needs. We do sterile and non-sterile compounding in many dosage forms, and you will not find many pharmacies with this level of specialization. We are PCCA (Professional Compounding Centers of America) and IACP (International Academy of Compounding Pharmacist) and PSSNY (Pharmacists Society of the State of New York) members. This means we stay abreast of all new techniques and regulations to help our patients.

Compounding refers to the preparation of non-sterile and sterile medications based on patients’ specific needs. The results increase therapeutic outcomes and compliance by: improving the taste of the medication, providing the most direct route of administration, and removing dyes, preservatives, and other inactive ingredients patients may be allergic to. Overall, compounding provides patients with unique dosage forms that are not commercially available.

We compound Hormone Replacement Therapies, in men and women, from fertility to menopause, other products we make include, but are not limited to:

  • Capsules
  • Creams
  • Eye Drops
  • Gels
  • Injectables
  • Lotions
  • Lozenges
  • Nasal Sprays
  • Ointments
  • Pain Creams
  • Preservative-Free Eye Drops
  • Solutions
  • Suppositories
  • Suspensions
  • Various Veterinary Products

Through our process, Town Total Compounding Center produces specialized formulas to accommodate our patients based on their needs, allergies, and preferences. Patients that may benefit from compounded medications include humans of all ages and many different species of animals.