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Alamosa Family Medical Center Pharmacy

1710 First St, Alamosa, CO, 81101

Phone: 719-589-3633

Alamosa Pharmacy

108 Blanca Ave, Alamosa, CO, 81101

Phone: 719-589-1766

Albertsons Pharmacy

500 E 120th Ave, Northglenn, CO, 80233

Phone: 303-450-4145

Albertsons Pharmacy

7450 S University Boulevard, Centennial, CO, 80122

Phone: 303-773-9898

Albertsons Pharmacy

910 W Cherry St, Louisville, CO, 80027

Phone: 303-666-8950

Albertsons Pharmacy

1200 S Buckley Rd, Aurora, CO, 80017

Phone: 303-750-8346

Albertsons Pharmacy

3840 E 104th Ave, Thornton, CO, 80233

Phone: 303-255-0587

Albertsons Pharmacy

6100 S Gun Clb Rd, Aurora, CO, 80016

Phone: 303-400-4880

Alpine Professional Pharmacy Incorporated Pharmacy

1000 Alpine Dr, Boulder, CO, 80304

Phone: 303-444-4448

Amerita Incorporated Pharmacy

7265 S Revere Pkwy, Englewood, CO, 80112

Phone: 303-355-4745
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Anschutz Outpatient Pavilion Pharmacy

1635 Aurora Court, Aurora, CO, 80045

Phone: 720-848-1020

Apothecare Pharmacy

7720 S Broadway, Littleton, CO, 80122

Phone: 303-797-7377

Apothecary At University Medical Group Practice Pharmacy

350 S Broadway, Boulder, CO, 80305

Phone: 303-499-2879

Arapahoe/Douglas Mental Health Network Pharmacy

5500 S Sycamore St, Littleton, CO, 80120

Phone: 303-797-2500

Aurora Community Pharmacy

1411 S Potomac St, Aurora, CO, 80012

Phone: 303-695-0723

Avista Adventist Hospital Pharmacy

100 Health Park Dr, Louisville, CO, 80027

Phone: 303-673-1234

Avista Family Pharmacy

90 Health Park Dr, Louisville, CO, 80027

Phone: 303-926-0031

Beatties Community Pharmacy

1295 E Brg St, Brighton, CO, 80601

Phone: 303-655-1500

Brighton Pharmacy

1929 E Egbert St, Brighton, CO, 80601

Phone: 303-659-1900

Buckley Air Force Base - 460th Medical Group - Aurora Medical Pavilion Pharmacy

18500 E 6th Ave, Aurora, CO, 80011

Phone: 720-847-7455
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Buckley Air Force Base Satellite Pharmacy

541 Norfolk St, Aurora, CO, 80011

Phone: 720-847-7455

Centennial Medical Plaza Pharmacy

14200 E Arapahoe Rd, Centennial, CO, 80112

Phone: 303-699-3040

Chase Pharmacy

568 U.S. 36, Byers, CO, 80103

Phone: 303-822-9371

Chc Pharmacy Services Pharmacy

7388 S Revere Pkwy, Centennial, CO, 80112

Phone: 303-799-6095

City Market Pharmacy

131 Market St, Alamosa, CO, 81101

Phone: 719-589-6656

City Market Pharmacy

165 Country Ctr Dr, Pagosa Springs, CO, 81147

Phone: 970-731-6006

Clearspring Pharmacy

7720 S Broadway, Littleton, CO, 80122

Phone: 303-795-4300

Clinica Campesina Family Health Services Pharmacy

8990 Washington St, Thornton, CO, 80229

Phone: 720-929-1655

Clinica Family Health Services - Lafayette Pharmacy

2000 W S Boulder Rd, Lafayette, CO, 80026

Phone: 303-665-9310

Clinica Family Health Services - Peoples Pharmacy

2525 13th St, Boulder, CO, 80304

Phone: 303-449-6050
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Colorado State Veterans Nursing Home At Fitzsimons Pharmacy

1919 Quentin St, Aurora, CO, 80045

Phone: 720-857-6400

Coram Specialty Infusion Services Pharmacy

12450 E Arapahoe Rd, Centennial, CO, 80112

Phone: 303-799-0093

Costco Pharmacy

16375 Washington St, Thornton, CO, 80023

Phone: 303-474-3245

Costco Pharmacy

4000 Riv Pt Pkwy, Sheridan, CO, 80110

Phone: 303-200-1839

Costco Pharmacy

600 Marshall Rd, Superior, CO, 80027

Phone: 720-587-1002

Costco Pharmacy

1471 S Havana St, Aurora, CO, 80012

Phone: 303-750-6405

Craig Hospital Pharmacy

3425 S Clarkson St, Englewood, CO, 80113

Phone: 303-789-8475

Econo Comp Pharmacy

4760 Walnut St, Boulder, CO, 80301

Phone: 303-449-1875

Essential Pharmacy Compounding Pharmacy

1001 Lee Hl Dr, Boulder, CO, 80302

Phone: 303-449-0089

Exempla Good Samaritan Pharmacy

200 Exempla Cir, Lafayette, CO, 80026

Phone: 303-689-6118
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About Pharmacies

A Pharmacy is a storefront which despenses prescription and non-prescription medicine. The person overseeing this dispencary is call a pharmacist.

Pharmacists in community pharmacies dispense medications, counsel patients on the use of prescription and over-the-counter medications, and advise physicians about medication therapy. They also advise patients about general health topics, such as diet, exercise, and stress management, and provide information on products, such as durable medical equipment or home healthcare supplies. In addition, they often complete third-party insurance forms and other paperwork. Those who own or manage community pharmacies may sell non-health-related merchandise, hire and supervise personnel, and oversee the general operation of the pharmacy. Some community pharmacists provide specialized services to help patients with conditions such as diabetes, asthma, smoking cessation, or high blood pressure. Some pharmacists are trained to administer vaccinations.

Pharmacists in healthcare facilities dispense medications and advise the medical staff on the selection and effects of drugs. They may make sterile solutions to be administered intravenously. They also plan, monitor, and evaluate drug programs or regimens. They may counsel hospitalized patients on the use of drugs before the patients are discharged.

Some pharmacists specialize in specific drug therapy areas, such as intravenous nutrition support, oncology (cancer), nuclear pharmacy (used for chemotherapy), geriatric pharmacy, and psychiatric pharmacy (the use of drugs to treat mental disorders).

Most pharmacists keep confidential computerized records of patients' drug therapies to prevent harmful drug interactions. Pharmacists are responsible for the accuracy of every prescription that is filled, but they often rely upon pharmacy technicians to assist them in the dispensing medications. Thus, the pharmacist may delegate prescription-filling and administrative tasks and supervise their completion. Pharmacists also frequently oversee pharmacy students serving as interns.

Pharmacies are also responsible for:

the quality of medicines supplied to patients ensuring that the supply of medicines is within the law ensuring that the medicines prescribed to patients are suitable advising patients about medicines, including how to take them, what reactions may occur and answering patients' questions.

Pharmacists also:

supervise the medicines supply chain and ensure pharmacy premises and systems are fit for purpose advise other healthcare professionals about safe and effective medicines use, and safe and secure supply of medicines respond to patients' symptoms and advise on medicines for sale in pharmacies provide services to patients, such as smoking cessation, blood pressure measurement and cholesterol management supervise the production and preparation of medicines and assessments of quality of medicines before they are supplied to patients from pharmaceutical manufacturers.