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Amendments

 

THERE IS NO CHARGE TO AMEND A COMMUNITY PHARMACY LICENSE.

A change of ownership, closing, or a move terminates the license. The owner must apply for a new pharmacy license.

Reasons for an amendment:
  • Change of Pharmacist in Charge (PIC)
    A pharmacy must have a PIC designated AT ALL TIMES. There is no grace period; however, the pharmacy has 30 days to notify us in order to amend the licensee information.

  • Continuation of Pharmacy License by Heirs/Estate of the Deceased
    When the person named on the pharmacy license has died, the heirs or the executor of the estate have 30 days to notify us in order to amend the licensee information.

  • Change of Pharmacy Name
    When there is a change in the name of the pharmacy, the licensee must notify us in writing within 5 working days.

 

Submit the following to obtain an amended license:

 

  1. Application to Amend a License to Operate a Pharmacy Keep a copy of this application for your records. Send the original to us.
  2. Pharmacy Permit showing the current expiration date and the name of the outgoing PIC. Be sure to keep a copy of the license and send the original to us.
  3. Controlled Substance Inventory Keep the original and send a COPY to us. Complete this inventory at the time of the PIC change. This does not change your normal annual inventory date.

 

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