Welcome to UCHealth’s Outpatient Pharmacy Services. We are a diverse group of pharmacists and technicians working to provide excellent prescription service to health system patients and all members of our communities.
You don’t have to be a patient at a UCHealth facility to get your prescriptions filled at a UCHealth pharmacy.
What sets UCHealth pharmacies apart from other pharmacies
- NEW: UCHealth is now covering the cost of postage for mail order pharmacy medications for patients with a recurring prescription, so they don’t need to make a trip to the pharmacy. Call 720.848.4083 to learn more.
- We support multiple convenient locations that are electronically integrated so that you can receive refills at any UCHealth pharmacy.
- We stock hard-to-find medications including specialty, high-dollar medications.
- We work closely with physicians and offer consultation services beyond what most pharmacies offer.
- You have 24/7 access to a clinical pharmacist in our Emergency Department pharmacies.
Also, via our Medication Access and Renewal Center (MARC) we provide services designed to help patients gain access to high-dollar, specialty drugs along with prescription refill renewals by coordinating care with your physicians.
Requesting prescription refills
UCHealth patients can request prescription refills through the My Health Connection website or through the mobile app (see the link to the mobile app at the bottom of the My Health Connection window).
Alternatively, patients can call the pharmacy of their choice and request a refill through the telephone system or by speaking directly to a pharmacy representative.
Requesting prescription transfers
Patients can request a prescription transfer into a UCHealth pharmacy by calling and leaving a message through the phone system or by speaking directly to a pharmacy representative. A UCHealth pharmacist will handle the transfer.
Patients requesting prescription transfers out of a UCHealth pharmacy should ask the new pharmacy to call us directly. It is customary for the pharmacy taking ownership of the prescription(s) to call and request the transfer.