A licensed pharmacist in Nebraska can interpret and fill medical orders, compound and dispense prescription drugs and devices, perform drug product selection and drug use review, and provide patient counseling. Pharmacists can also administer drugs and devices and can provide pharmaceutical care through agreements with physicians.
Licenses must be renewed by January 1 of even-numbered years. The fee is $178.00. A license may be placed on Inactive Status at any time.
Thirty (30) hours of acceptable continuing education earned during the preceding 24-month period prior to the license renewal are required to renew your license. If you are randomly selected for an audit to provide proof of continuing education, you will be notified by mail at a later date.
Retain all documentation of continuing education activities completed for the renewal of your credential for at least 4 years.
The Board of Pharmacy has approved the following providers of continuing education:
In order to reinstate your license, you must submit the following:
Federal Controlled Substances (DEA) Registrant Information can be accessed by credentialing organizations, hospitals, and pharmacies after obtaining a user ID and password. To obtain a user ID and password, contact the Licensure Unit by e-mail at email@example.com.
In addition to General License Information this version of the data contains Federal Controlled Substances Registration numbers and expiration dates for health care providers that hold a Nebraska license and have submitted proof of holding such Federal Registration. Federal controlled substances (DEA) registrant information is validated on licenses at the time of issuance and updated on a quarterly basis.
Federal Controlled Substance (DEA) Registrant
DHHS Licensure UnitAttn: PharmacyPO Box 94986-4986 Lincoln NE 68509
Nebraska State Office Building301 Centennial Mall South14th & M Streets, 1st FloorLincoln NE 68508
Hours: Monday-Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Closed on federal holidays.
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