Mountain Key Pharmacy

Mountain Key Pharmacy team (back row, left to right) Dr. Brent Stein, Nicole Garcia, and Megan King (middle row, left to right) Dr. Deanna McNulty DNP, Donna Bryan, Connie Bair, Kimberly Hughes-Walker and Austin Drury and (front) Frankie Drury. (Photo by Marianne Mogon/The Flume)

Approximately 500 people joined Dr. Brent Stein and staff to mark one year of business as Mountain Key Pharmacy in Florissant.

Mountain Key is not your ordinary pharmacy where you just get prescriptions filled. Dr. Stein’s approach is treating the whole person and finding solutions to not just help the person get better, but to stay healthy.

Mountain Key offers Medication Management Therapy, which not only offers the most effective medication, but the most cost-effective as well. He also offers designer/compound medication formulated to give the patient exactly what they need.

“If you give your body what it needs, you don’t need drugs”, said Stein.

Stein is joined by five dedicated staff members who share his vision and are eager to help people live healthy lives.

Kimberly Hughes-Walker is the human resource leader, compliancy officer, and pharmacy technician in training. Megan King is a pharmacy technician in training. Connie Bair is marketing executive. Nicole Garcia is in charge of vendors and CBC sales and Donna Bryan is a certified pharmacy technician.

The newest addition to the team is Dr. Deanna McNulty, DNP, who is opening up her own clinic. “Its been my dream to provide medical services to a rural area,” she explained.

Currently she is waiting for her Medicare and Medicaid certification papers, but is available on an on-call basis as she sets up her office above the pharmacy.

Stein grew up in Parker and graduated Ponderosa High School in 1992. He attended Metro State University in Denver, graduating in the top of his class in 2000 with a doctorate in pharmacy.

“I was accepted into medical school after attending premedical after my doctorate degree, but didn’t continue because I decided I did not need to prescribe to make a difference,” Stein explained.

McNulty grew up across the U.S., as her dad was in the Navy. She lived in Kansas, but graduated from Santana High School in Santee Calif.

She became a paramedic and worked in Leavenworth and Topeka, Kan. for 17 years. She received her bachelors degree in nursing from the University of Texas at Arlington, and then attended nursing school at the University of Missouri in Kansas City, receiving her degree in family nurse practice with a doctorate.

Currently, she works at the Zebulon Pike Youth Services in Colorado Springs, and starting Feb. 1, she will have office hours three days a week in her Florissant office. Until Dr. McNulty is completely set up, you can reach her by calling the pharmacy.

Dr. Stein and his skilled staff offer a wealth of knowledge to help make smarter decisions on health-related matters. They accept all insurances, offer vaccines, personal consultation, mail delivery of prescriptions and products, and local delivery.

On Wednesdays from 6 to 7 p.m., an addiction specialist is available and will be holding group sessions.

Although a separate entity, Dr. Stein refers many to the Crescent Sun Healing and Massage located above the pharmacy in Suite 6.

Owners Austin (male) and Frankie (female) Drury both graduated from Colorado School of Healing Arts and are certified and licensed in Massage Therapy. They offer Swedish, deep tissue, and myofascial release massages, and all include hot stone and hydro therapy.

The Drurys offer affordable service and a sacred, compassionate stress-free place. They are open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day, but call 719-243-3556 for appointment.

“Mountain Key is your key to better health offering a holistic approach to health,” said Stein. “We want to find the best way to keep you healthy and treat the cause, not just the pain.”

Mountain Key Pharmacy is located at 18172 Teller County Road 1 in Florissant. You can call 719-309-9525 or visit them on the web at or on Facebook. Store hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fridays, and noon to 4 p.m. Sunday.

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