HALDEY Pharmaceutical Compounding President to Address Brooklyn Physicians on Oct. 2
Dr. Emil J. Haldey will speak before an audience of doctors at the Medical Society of the County of Kings, in association with the Academy of Medicine of Brooklyn.
Bronx, NY, October 01, 2013 — (PR.com) — Dr. Emil J. Haldey, president of New York City-based HALDEY Pharmaceutical Compounding, will speak later this week before an audience of doctors at the Medical Society of the County of Kings, in association with the Academy of Medicine of Brooklyn.
The event will take place on Wednesday, Oct. 2, from 6:30 p.m. at Beebo Seafood at 8518 3rd Avenue, Brooklyn, NY.
Dr. Haldey, a doctor of pharmacy, will discuss the history, rationale and benefits of prescription-drug compounding for the modern medical practice. His talk will cover common pathologies and customized-therapy considerations in various fields of medicine, such as pain management, dermatology, pediatrics, and more.
The Medical Society of the County of Kings seeks to promote excellence in medical education in collaboration with the Academy of Medicine of Brooklyn.
About HALDEY Pharmaceutical Compounding
Unlike many drugstores offering individualized custom-blended medications on a limited or occasional basis, New York City-based HALDEY Pharmaceutical Compounding, as its name implies, specializes in pharmaceutical compounding. Rather than dispensing cookie-cutter solutions, the enterprise focuses solely on tailoring prescriptions to meet the specific needs of each individual patient, including those dealing with unique medical circumstances.
HALDEY Pharmaceutical Compounding’s innovative scientific solutions embrace a host of medical and quality-of-life issues, such as pain management; anti-aging and integrative medicine; holistic health; hospice care; dermatology, and health and wellness, to name just a few.
For additional information, HALDEY Pharmaceutical Compounding may be reached at 855-H-COMPOUND (855-426-6768), or via the company’s Website: www.hcompound.com.
The Medical Society of the County of Kings and The Academy of Medicine of Brooklyn may be reached at 718-745-5800.