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Community Pharmacy

Anyone intending to start, operate or maintain a pharmacy in Nebraska must first have a pharmacy license.
NOTE: A hospital that dispenses drugs or devices to people who are current registered patients within that hospital does not need a separate pharmacy license. A hospital dispensing to people who are not registered as patients must have a community pharmacy license.
A community pharmacy license is only issued to the premises and persons named in the application. It cannot be transferred or assigned to anyone not named in the application. If the property is sold or moved, the license is terminated. The new owners must apply for a new pharmacy license.
Important Reminder for Pharmacies
Anyone employed as a pharmacy technician on or after January 1, 2016 must be certified by a board-approved certifying body within a year of being registered.
Click here for approved certifying options.

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