1. Our store carries over the counter medications, do we need to be registered with the Board of Pharmacy?
Yes. The Board of Pharmacy registers all establishments selling nonprescription drugs. Please complete a Nonprescription Drug Outlet application
. 2. Must I submit a floor plan if I am an out of state pharmacy?
Yes. All floor plans must show the location of the sink, windows, refrigerator and doors. 3. Where is the out of state pharmacy application on the web?
All pharmacies use the same retail drug outlet application
. 4. Does the Board of Pharmacy accept "Out of State" online license verifications?
Yes. 5. Are license verifications available online?
Yes, you can check the current status of any license by clicking here
. 6. Must I post the generic sign as per OAR 689.515(4) if I am an out of state pharmacy and/or in state without walk in customers.
Yes. 7. What is a reverse distributor?
A wholesaler who will take back controlled substances and destroy them. This does not apply to a company’s own product. 8. I am registering as a manufacturer but don’t have an FDA number?
Usually only companies that manufacture a product get receive a FDA number, re-packagers don’t. 9. My DEA # is pending, may I still apply for controlled substances?
If the facility is located in Oregon, a DEA license will not be issued until the Oregon license is issued, but out of state facilities must already be registered with the DEA to apply with us. 10. The Post Office/County/City has changed our address, do we need to complete a location change application?
If your facility does not change location, but changes address because the post office/County/City has required them to do so, a fee is not required. We request a letter only, preferably with the letter from the post office verifying such a change. If your facility makes a change to the address, then a new application and fees
are required to be submitted. This would happen in a case, when a facility decides to use a door on another side of the facility as their entrance. 11. Our facility sells oxygen and medical devices, what type of license do we need?
If your facility sells oxygen and medical devices to a specific patient, your establishment must register as a Nonprescription Drug Outlet - Class C
. With a Class C registration, you can also sell to facilities but only
if the sale is patient specific. A wholesaler and manufacturer may sell in bulk (not patient specific) to other facilities, as well as patients. If your establishment transfills oxygen, meaning oxygen going from a large container to small cylinder then you can only register as a manufacturer.