Victor Poteet, Pharm.D. graduated Magna Cum Laude from Mercer University School of Pharmacy and received his Masters in Business Administration from the University of Miami’s Miami Business School. Since graduation, Victor accepted a pharmacist position at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville. At Vanderbilt, Dr. Poteet received extensive training in sterile products compounding. Prior to his departure, he was promoted to a supervisory role.
Victor accepted a position as a pharmacist with a compounding pharmacy in North Carolina, where he further expanded his practical experience in both sterile and non-sterile compounding. Some of Victor’s responsibilities include creating corporate strategy and culture and allocating resources based on the company’s goals. Victor brings tremendous experience to our organization. He currently resides in Athens, Tennessee with his wife Julie, and their daughters Bree, Annabelle and Vivienne.
Matthew Poteet, Pharm.D. graduated with Honors from Lee University with a Bachelors of Science in Biological Science. After his undergraduate training, he completed the Doctor of Pharmacy program at Mercer University Southern School of Pharmacy, graduating in 2004. Dr. Poteet has spent much of his pharmacy career on staff at two of the most prestigious academic teaching hospitals in the Southeast; Emory University in Atlanta and Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville. At these institutions he received extensive experience and training in sterile products compounding.
He returned home to East Tennessee in 2010, where he has held the position of Pharmacy Director at two sterile products pharmacies in Knoxville. Matthew lives in Knoxville with his wife, Chris. Dr. Poteet is Tennessee’s first Board Certified Anti-Aging Pharmacist by the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine.
Julie Poteet graduated valedictorian with a degree in finance and completed her Masters in Business Administration from the University of Chattanooga’s College of Business. Prior to accepting the role of Chief Financial Officer for The Compounding Pharmacy of America, Julie worked for the Internal Revenue Service and the Office of Inspector General at the Tennessee Valley Authority. Julie has had extensive experience in conducting financial and performance audits, budgeting, preparing financial forecasts and analyzing corporate health. Some of Julie’s responsibilities include business planning, budgeting, forecasting, and growth planning.
Julie brings tremendous experience to our organization. She currently resides in Athens, Tennessee with her husband Victor, and their daughters Bree, Annabelle and Vivienne.
Our Compounding Pharmacists Promise This Service Commitment:
From the Desk of Victor Poteet, Pharm.D. —
“What do you look for in a pharmacy? In our modern society, you expect pharmacies to offer you convenience, value, and service. Many pharmacies offer conveniences such as drive-thru windows, delivery, and taking care of your insurance authorizations and refills. These are things that you expect from your pharmacy. Them being committed to you to provide these extra services instills trust in you that they are looking out for you as a patient. They want to you to have the best experience possible, and you appreciate that. So why would compounding pharmacies be any different? Simply put, we don’t think they should be!
The Compounding Pharmacy of America exists to provide you with that level of personal service that has been lacking in many compounding pharmacy customer and patient experiences.
We pride ourselves on making things as convenient for you as possible. Because we know that the last thing you want to do when you are busy or you or your loved one is sick, we offer free delivery to the doctor’s offices and homes in the area, and free standard shipping* to those who are outside of our delivery area. We do not mind going the extra mile for you! We are also an excellent value! Many compounding pharmacies are a “cash only” business structure. They cannot file a claim for you to your insurance company, and usually would not want to if given the opportunity. Instead, they consider their services a “premium” service, and charge a premium for their products. We at The Compounding Pharmacy of America believe this is simply wrong. Just because you need a medication that isn’t available at a regular pharmacy, why should you be expected to pay an arm and a leg for it? You shouldn’t! We believe in reasonable and fair prices for all of our cash-paying customers and patients. As a matter of fact, we will match any price, guaranteed. And unlike so many of our competitors, we can bill insurance for you! Doing business with us instead of our competitors can save you big. Just give us a chance to prove it to you.
At the Compounding Pharmacy of America, service isn’t just something we say, it’s what we are. We are a service for you each and every day. Try us out. You will not be disappointed.”
Founder and CEO
The Compounding Pharmacy of America
A Nationally Accredited Compounding Pharmacy
The Compounding Pharmacy of America is accredited by the Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation Board (PCAB), a service of the Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC). This means The Compounding Pharmacy of America meets the nation’s most rigorous standards for delivering high-quality compounded medications to consumers.
Only about 2 percent of compounders have this distinction in the U.S. In our home market of Knoxville, TN, we are the first full-service PCAB accredited pharmacy.
Our new national accreditation endorses and solidifies our mission to continually provide our valued customers with the exceptional, superior compounded medications they seek. By choosing an organization that has achieved PCAB accreditation, you can take comfort in knowing that our pharmacy meets or surpasses that nation’s highest standards of quality.
If you have any concerns about the product or service you receive from The Compounding Pharmacy of America, you may contact the ACHC directly at (865) 243-2488.