Whether it’s ordering a refill, updating your account, or checking the status of an order, our certified technicians are ready to help!
Certified laboratory technicians and compounding pharmacists create personalized formulas for each individual patient, custom-compounding medications to fit your body’s unique needs.
Want to pre-pay for your prescription, but don’t want to keep your credit card information on file? Talk to a Billing Representative to make a payment over the phone, or ask them about other payment options.
From social media to conference exhibits, Women’s International Pharmacy’s Marketing Team is committed to providing quality information on the hormone-related topics you care about most.
With over 350 years of combined knowledge and experience, our pharmacists are specifically trained in bioidentical hormone replacement therapy. If you have any questions, call and ask for a consultation–they are committed to helping at every step of your journey to balanced hormones and better health!
Athena is a pharmacist at Women’s International Pharmacy’s Youngtown, AZ location. She graduated with her Doctorate in Pharmacy from Midwestern University, and has earned a certificate in Diabetes Care, become certified as a Metabolic Analytics Practitioner, and is a member of the Arizona Pharmacy Association.
At WIP, Athena is involved in attending conferences, speaking at Q&A sessions, and contributing to WIP’s Educational Resource Center. With over eleven years of pharmacy experience, she integrates principles from the fields of Diabetes, Metabolism, Brain Anti-Aging, and Supplementation with BHRT to help improve patients’ quality of life and help them reach their anti-aging goals.
Having previously worked at an acute care teaching medical center as well as a home health care facility, Fee has over 42 years of experience as a pharmacist. He enjoys working at Women’s International Pharmacy because he loves the close interactions with patient care, coordinating with prescribers to work out the best way to provide the hormones an individual patient needs. A member of the Arizona Pharmacist Association (AzPA) and American Society of Health – System Pharmacists (ASHP), Fee is trained to help in the compounding lab, as well as with veterinary compounding with WIP’s sister company, Pet Health Pharmacy.
Kara is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin – Madison. Having previously worked at Costco, Kara joined Women’s International Pharmacy in 2018. One of her areas of interest is how gut health affects hormone balance. She relishes the chance to work with other talented, knowledgeable pharmacists who enjoy sharing information and helping patients. A member of the Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin (PSW) and the American Pharmacists Association (APhA), Kara is also trained to assist in WIP’s compounding lab, is currently training as a preceptor, and has recently joined WIP’s writing team.
Kathy earned a BS in Psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, as well as a BS in Microbiology and a Doctorate of Pharmacy from South Dakota State University. Prior to working at Women’s International Pharmacy, Kathy worked at the Flandreau Santee Sioux Indian Health Service as a pharmacist and diabetes educator. At WIP, Kathy loves learning how to approach a wide variety of health issues from a holistic standpoint.
Even after 30 years in pharmacy, Kathy learns something new every day from practitioners, patients, and her fellow pharmacists—and hopes that they also learn something new from her that will better their health and well-being!
Katie attended Midwestern University and worked at Safeway Pharmacy prior to joining the Women’s International Pharmacy team. With five years of experience as a pharmacist, Katie is also cross-trained to help the compounding laboratory staff at WIP, and has recently joined the writing team, which creates materials for WIP’s Education Resource Center.
A graduate of Midwestern University – Chicago College of Pharmacy, Laurie worked at Walmart, Eckerd, and Caremark pharmacies before joining Women’s International Pharmacy. With 20 years’ experience as a pharmacist, Laurie likes WIP’s focus on wellness. She enjoys talking with patients from all over the country. One of her favorite aspects of working at WIP is educating patients about hormones and how bioidentical hormone replacement therapy relieves the symptoms of menopause and helps to prevent chronic illnesses.
Megan is a graduate of Southern Illinois University with nine years of pharmacy experience. Prior to joining Women’s International Pharmacy, Megan worked at CVS Pharmacy. Her favorite things about working at WIP include the positive team atmosphere and speaking with patients. In addition to contributing to the pharmacy team, Megan is a preceptor for the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Pharmacy and Concordia University School of Pharmacy students.
Michele has 18 years of experience as a pharmacist. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Pharmacy in 2001. In addition to being a member of the pharmacy team at Women’s International Pharmacy, Michele attends conferences, attends Career Day at UW-Madison School of Pharmacy, serves as preceptor to students at University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Pharmacy and Concordia University School of Pharmacy, and also assists in WIP’s compounding lab.
A graduate of Midwestern University College of Pharmacy-Glendale, Rob has been a pharmacist for over ten years and holds licenses in multiple states in order to serve patients around the country. Rob enjoys several aspects of working at Women’s International Pharmacy, from the close collaboration with practitioners to great experiences attending conferences. His bioidentical hormone-related interests include testosterone’s effects on energy, mood, and libido, as well as researching anti-aging medicine.
Before joining the team at Women’s International Pharmacy, Elmer studied at Roseman University of Health Sciences in Nevada and previously worked at Smiths Pharmacy in Lake Havasu, Arizona. He is trained to help in WIP’s compounding lab, assists with Spanish-speaking patients, and attends conferences. One of Elmer’s favorite parts about working at WIP is making a difference in patients’ lives, and specifically hearing that a person’s health has improved because of bioidentical hormones.
Gina is the Director of Compounding and Dispensing at Women’s International Pharmacy. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Pharmacy, she has over 26 years’ experience as a Registered Pharmacist. Her passion is keeping compounded bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) available and accessible to all who need them.
Gina holds 19 state licenses, serves as a pharmacy student preceptor with two universities, assists in UW School of Pharmacy PharmD admission interviews, helps edit publications, and attends conferences. She is also a member of several professional pharmacy organizations, including the American Pharmacists Association (APhA), the International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists (IACP), and the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA).
Heather graduated from Albion College in 2014 with a BA in biochemistry and earned her PharmD at the UW-Madison School of Pharmacy in 2018. She previously worked at Target (which then converted to CVS) and an independent pharmacy called Hometown Pharmacy. In 2019, she joined Women’s International Pharmacy as the Pharmacist Dispensing Technician Supervisor.
An active member of the Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin, Heather also represents WIP at conferences, precepts students, and recently volunteered to assist in writing WIP pharmacy procedures. She loves working at WIP because of the team-based atmosphere: Everyone is motivated to help each other and the patients, and she enjoys working alongside her technician teammates.
Michelle received her PharmD degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Pharmacy. As the Dispensing Pharmacists Manager at Women’s International Pharmacy, she is responsible for managing a team of pharmacists in two locations. She also participates with the regulatory team in maintaining state licenses, and contributes to WIP’s Educational Resource Center.
Michelle is a member of International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists (IACP) and Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin (PSW) and holds 18 state licenses. With a passion for bioidentical hormone health, she promotes the future of compounding by working as a pharmacy student preceptor with both the UW-Madison School of Pharmacy and Concordia University School of Pharmacy.