Experience Matters
Kelley-Ross has been Seattle's resource for innovative pharmacy services since 1925. We provide PCAB accredited compounding, innovative medication management, customized Long Term Care solutions and more.
Medication Management Solutions
Med management options from Kelley-Ross can help you gain control and understanding of your medications.
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PCAB Accreditation
PCAB accreditation means Kelley-Ross Compounding Pharmacy has independent, external validation that we meet nationally accepted quality assurance, quality control, and quality improvement standards for compounded prescriptions.
Travel Clinic
Traveling abroad? Click here to learn about our Travel Clinic. Make sure you have all the immunizations and other medications you need to Travel Well!
Preventing Overdose: The Ryan Sullivan Project
Click here to learn about preventing overdose, including our Take Home Naloxone program.
Personalized Care
Our staff combines expert medication therapy management and clinical skills, with caring, patient centered pharmacy services.


We Offer:

PCAB accredited compounding in our state-of-the-art lab. We offer sterile USP <797> compliant and non-sterile USP <795> compliant compounding services.


Medication Management

We Offer:

  • Comprehensive one-on-one consulting with your pharmacist to help you manage your therapy
  • Medisets - Increase your independence and organize your medication
  • Shipping and delivery available


Kelley-Ross provides Take-Home Naloxone Kits, training and other resources to individuals or groups to prevent and reverse opiate overdose. Kits are available to anyone at risk of an overdose or at risk of WITNESSING an overdose. “Just in case” More


Safe Disposal of Medicine

August 25, 2014

By Annalisa Thomas, Pharm.D. Community Practice Resident   Prescriptions and over-the-counter medicines expire and become unusable after some time. How and where can you get rid of these items? Kelley-Ross Pharmacy is here to help! We’ve put together a list of some key techniques and references for safe disposal of drugs.   Can I just throw medicine in the trash? … Continue reading »

Hydrocodone Change

The DEA is publishing a rule change which impacts every patient who receives hydrocodone (Vicodin, Lortab, Norco, Vicoprofen). On approximately October 6th (final date will be 45 days from the official rule publication) all hydrocodone products will be moved up from schedule 3 to schedule 2 controlled substances, on par with most other opioid medications. For patients and providers this … Continue reading »


About Us

Our History

In 1925, Kelley-Ross Pharmacy began in Seattle’s Medical Dental Building with a partnership between A.E. Kelley and Harry Ross. The business grew under the second generation ownership of Al Kelley and Ross son-in-law, A.E. Katra to become the largest volume prescription pharmacy west of the Mississippi in the 1950s with 16 pharmacists filling over 1,000 prescriptions daily.

The pharmacy was purchased by John Oftebro in 1973 where the practice continued to grow and lead the profession in areas such as compounding, Hospice and Long Term Care pharmacy services.

Kelley-Ross was one of the first community pharmacies in the nation to provide immunizations, HIV specialty care, and Medication Therapy Management services. Today, under the ownership of pharmacists Ryan Oftebro, Ryan Hansen and Brian Beach, Kelley-Ross continues to lead the profession with innovative services and outstanding patient care.