College Pharmacy

College Pharmacy

3505 Austin Bluffs Pkwy Suite 101
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80918

College Pharmacy – Colorado Springs Compounding Pharmacy

As one of the most experienced and comprehensive compounding centers in the U.S., College Pharmacy, a Colorado Compounding Pharmacy is proud to work with practitioners and patients Nationwide! In an industry that has evolved continuously over the last few decades, College Pharmacy has made it our mission to develop and provide high quality formulations and exceptional customer service to healthcare practitioners and their patients. It is our compounding process, attention to detail, and quality of the compounding components that continues to make our formulations exceptional. For over 35 years, our experienced pharmacists have collaborated with patients and healthcare practitioners to provide innovative solutions for health and wellness success. Our compounding expertise includes bioidentical hormone replacement and natural thyroid formulations, environmental medicine and chelation therapy, mesotherapy, age management and aesthetic medicine formulations, pain management, discontinued medications, and veterinary compounding.


  • Fused Pellet Implants
  • Estradiol
  • Testosterone
  • Pregnenolone
  • Progesterone
  • DHEA
  • Testosterone
  • Lipid Matrix Sublingual Tablets
  • Per-Q Gel
  • PLO Gel
  • Thick Gel
  • Topical Creams
  • Oral Capsules
  • Oil-Filled Capsules
  • Vaginal Suppositories
  • Vaginal Creams And Ointments
  • Injectables.
  • Sublingual Tablet

Background and Experience

In 1938, when the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act was passed, very few dosage forms were available and pharmacists compounded more than 250 million prescriptions annually. Nearly all of those prescriptions were compounded from bulk materials. Through the years, technical advancements in compounding equipment have allowed pharmacists to meet the growing needs of patients. Today, a custom compound is prepared from pure, pharmaceutical-grade raw materials in accordance with a physician’s prescription, based on an individual patient’s needs. The basis of the compounding profession of pharmacy has always been the “triad,” the patient-physician-pharmacist relationship. All ingredients of compounds meet strict guidelines to ensure safety and purity. Custom compounding prescriptions requires a trained staff of pharmacists and technicians to prepare compounded medications to strict standards, the right equipment, and specialized processes and facilities.