Pharmacy

When you’re ready to leave the hospital, the last thing you want to do is drive to a pharmacy and wait in line. We offer inpatient, outpatient and specialty pharmacy services with extended hours for your convenience.

Inpatient pharmacy

Our inpatient pharmacy employs the latest in automated and robotic technologies to ensure that safe and accurate medications are delivered to patients throughout their hospital stay. Our pharmacists and certified staff members work directly with physicians and nurses to optimize drug therapy for every patient.

Outpatient pharmacy

Our outpatient pharmacy can be found on the first floor of Saint Joseph Hospital. We are able to fill and dispense prescriptions for patients, our clinics and physician practices, and health system associates and dependents.

Pharmacists are available to assist with questions and concerns regarding prescribed medications. We are open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday, and from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. Call 303-812-2326 for more information.

Specialty pharmacy

Our Saint Joseph Hospital Cancer Centers of Colorado pharmacy specializes in therapies and prescriptions for complex conditions ranging from psoriasis and arthritis to autoimmune disorders and cancer. Our pharmacists are specially trained and available to help navigate benefits, copays, refills, medication delivery and more.

Learn more about our specialty pharmacies.

Request a prescription refill online

The MyChart Patient Portal allows you to quickly request prescription refills online, access your health information, schedule appointments and view lab results. MyChart is available 24/7 on a variety of devices — including your smartphone, tablet, laptop and home computer.

Learn more about signing up, as well as other benefits of using MyChart.

Prevent drug interactions

Prescription medications can have adverse interactions with one another, over-the-counter drugs, or even your favorite vitamins and herbal supplements. This can result in unwanted side effects or the reduced effectiveness of your prescription. You should always discuss your medication history with your provider and your pharmacist.

This simple online tool can check for potential drug interactions. Your involvement and understanding help you start that conversation and keep you in control of your health.

Use our drug interaction checker.

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