Founded in 2006, Triad Isotopes has quickly grown to become the second-largest radiopharmaceutical network in the nation. While this growth has substantially increased our ability to reach and serve our customers, we continue to provide the personal attention and service you'd expect from your neighborhood pharmacy.
As a Triad Isotopes customer, you rely on us to be a trusted member of your patient care team. That's a responsibility we take very seriously. We are proud to set the standard for service in our industry — and that more than 75 percent of Triad Isotopes customers have been with us for more than 10 years.
Let us tell you what sets us apart.
At Triad Isotopes, we recognize that every customer is different, with unique circumstances and unique requirements. Our pharmacists understand their local markets and they work hard to learn your business. You can rely on them to offer creative, customized solutions to help you succeed.
Triad Isotopes is not a manufacturer offering a finite group of products. Our pharmacies are open formulary, providing customers with a full array of radiopharmaceutical options. This allows clinicians to select the products they prefer to achieve the highest benefit for their patients. We will never force, or steer, our customers to use an agent they do not prefer.
Delivering the right radiopharmaceutical at the right time for the right patient is essential to your business. You can rely on Triad Isotopes to keep the safety and convenience of your patients foremost at all times.
Triad Isotopes is the only nationwide company in the market today that specializes exclusively in nuclear pharmacy. Our highly qualified pharmacists are trusted advisors with answers to your most complex clinical or regulatory questions.
While we are proud of our company's growth, we've never forgotten that at the heart of our business are the people and places that we serve. Committed to building our business on relationships that last, Triad Isotopes team members are encouraged to share their time and talents in the communities where we live and work.