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Wholesalers, Drug Distribution Agents & Manufacturers

Wholesaler Registrations expire 9/30 Annually 

2017 Renewal Forms will be mailed July 10, 2017

Manufacturers and Drug Distribution Agents may now complete their renewal applications, and pay their renewal fees via credit card (Mastercard/VISA) or electronic check online through our secure online renewal system.


 2017 Wholesaler Renewal FAQs

 List of Wholesalers licensed in Oregon  Updated 7/7/17

Out-of-State Wholesaler State Inspection Reports   5/2015

BOND REQUIREMENT FORM

Has there been an owner change or location change for your establishment? If so, you are required to complete an new application and submit the appropriate application fee. Please note, owner/location change fees are separate transactions from your annual renewal fee.
 
If you have not received your renewal notice by July 29th, please contact our office at 971-673-0001 or email us at
pharmacy.board@state.or.us.  
  

Manufacturer Registrations Expire 9/30 Annually 

2017 Renewal Forms will be mailed July 10, 2017

 List of Manufacturers licensed in Oregon - Updated 7/7/17

Has there been an owner change or location change for your establishment? If so, you are required to complete an new application and submit the appropriate application fee. Please note, owner/location change fees are separate transactions from your annual renewal fee.
 
If you have not received your renewal notice by July 29th, please contact our office at 971-673-0001 or email us at
pharmacy.board@state.or.us.  

 

Drug Distribution Agent Registrations Expire 9/30 Annually

2017 Renewal Forms will be mailed July 10, 2017

2017 Drug Distribution Agent Renewal FAQs

Has there been an owner change or location change for your establishment? If so, you are required to complete an new application and submit the appropriate application fee. Please note, owner/location change fees are separate transactions from your annual renewal fee.
 
If you have not received your renewal notice by July 29th, please contact our office at 971-673-0001 or email us at
pharmacy.board@state.or.us.  

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Pharmacists

Pharmacist Licenses expire 6/30/17

Renewal notification for the 2017-2019 renewal cycle was mailed 4/5/17.

2017 Pharmacist Renewal FAQs  

2017 Pharmacist Continuing Education FAQs

2017 Pharmacist / Technnican CE Law Exam
 

The total amount due for a Pharmacist license renewal is $174.00.   A delinquent fee is required if your online renewal is processed after 11:59pm on May 31st, or if you are mailing your payment to the Board and it is postmarked after May 31st.  If the delinquent fee is required, the total amount due to renew your license is $224 

Although the Continuing Education period is July 1, 2015-June 30, 2017, the only way to avoid paying the delinquent fee is to complete the required CE and renew your license on or before May 31, 2017. 

If you choose to submit your payment and renewal confirmation form by mail, your cancelled check is your receipt.  If you complete your 
, after completing your payment through our secure online payment system, you will have the option of printing an online renewal confirmation page which will include payment information.  You will also receive a confirmation email.  
 
You, or your employer, can check the status of your license on our real-time online verification system at:
https://obop.oregon.gov/LicenseeLookup/.
 
If you have had an address or employment change since the last renewal cycle, and you haven´t updated your information with the Board,
submit updated hereBe advised, any change of address, or change of employment must be submitted to the Board within 15 days of the change. 
 
PLEASE NOTE:   If you are currently licensed as an Oregon preceptor and wish to renew your preceptor license, please check the appropriate box during the Pharmacist Renewal process.  If you are not licensed as an Oregon preceptor and are employed outside the State of Oregon, leave this section blank.  It is the Oregon Board of Pharmacy’s policy not to issue preceptor licenses to pharmacists who are not currently working in the State of Oregon as this license is only valid within the State. 

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Pharmacies, Clinics, etc...

All Pharmacies, Community Health Clinics & Correctional Facilities expire 3/31 Annually

Renewal forms for the 2017-2018 registration period were mailed January 2017.  

If your renewal is postmarked after February 28, 2017 you will be subject to the delinquent fee as noted on your renewal form.

If you do not receive your renewal notice by February 1st, contact our office at 971-673-0001 or email us at
pharmacy.board@state.or.us. We will not be mailing duplicate forms unless requested.

PLEASE NOTE: If you have submitted your payment and renewal form, your cancelled check is your receipt. You, or your distributer, can check the status of your license on our new, real-time, online verification system.

Has there been an owner change or location change for your establishment? If so, you are required to complete an new
application and submit the appropriate application fee. Please be advised, owner/location change fees are separate transactions from your annual renewal fee.

2017 Required Renewal Forms: 



 

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Nonprescription Drug Outlets

Convenience Store, Grocery & Gift Shop, Medical Gas Outlet & Vending Machines expire 1/31 Annually 

Renewal forms for the 2017-2018 registration period were mailed on October 31, 2016.  Your location may not sell any nonprescription medications after January 31, 2017 until your registration has been renewed. 
 
If your renewal is postmarked after December 31, 2016 you will be subject to the delinquent fee as noted on your renewal form.  
 
If you have not received your renewal notice by December 1st,  contact our office at 971-673-0001 or email us at pharmacy.board@state.or.us.  We will not be mailing duplicate forms unless requested. 

 

The Oregon Board of Pharmacy is pleased to announce that Non-Prescription Drug Outlet A's & B's can now complete the renewal, and pay renewal fees via credit card (Mastercard/VISA) or electronic check online through our secure online renewal system.  

 
PLEASE NOTE:   If you have submitted your payment and renewal form, your cancelled check is your receipt.  You, or your distributer, can check the status of your license on our new, real-time, online verification system.
 
Has there been an owner change or location change for your establishment? If so, you are required to complete an new application and submit the appropriate application fee. Please be advised, owner/location change fees are separate transactions from your annual renewal fee. 

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Certified Pharmacy Technicians

Certified Oregon Pharmacy Technician licenses now expire June 30th of even years!  

Renewal information for the 2018-2020 renewal cycle will be mailed July, 2018. 
 
**FOR THE 2016-2018 RENEWAL PERIOD**
 
Prior to renewing your license, 10 hours of Continuing Education (CE) must be completed.   If you are audited and it is found that you did not complete the required Continuing Education, you will be subject to disciplinary action.  
 
• Your CE must be completed during the period of September 1, 2015 - August 31, 2016. 
 Required CE includes:
        1 hour of Pharmacy Law
        1 hour of Patient Safety or Medication Error Prevention
        8 hours of your choice of relevant pharmacy CE or Board approved on-site training
 
 
If you have not yet renewed your license for 2016-2018, you have until September 30, 2017 to do so.  After that date, you will need to apply for the reinstatement of your license.
 
**NEW FOR 2018**
 
Prior to renewing your license, 20 hours of Continuing Education (CE) must be completed.*   If you are audited and it is found that you did not complete the required Continuing Education, you will be subject to disciplinary action.  
 
• Your CE must be completed during the period of July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2018. 
 Required CE includes:
        2 hours of Pharmacy Law
        2 hours of Patient Safety or Medication Error Prevention
        16 hours of your choice of relevant pharmacy CE or Board approved on-site training
 
The Board will accept two hours of CE law from either the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), Continuing Medical Education (CME)  or Board approved programs.  The law CE programs may contain information on State or Federal regulations such as DEA, FDA, HIPPA or Medicare part D.  Some other suggested websites to visit are www.powerpak.com, www.cecity.com and www.rxschool.com.  The Board of Pharmacy also has the one hour CE Law exam available on our website annually.
 
 

Once you have completed the online renewal process, if you choose submit your payment by mail, your cancelled check is your receipt.  If you complete your renewal online, after completing your payment through our secure online payment system, you will have the option of printing an online renewal confirmation page which will include payment information.  You will also receive a confirmation email.   Please be sure that you verify your email address.
 
You, or your employer, can check the status of your license on our 
online verification system.
 
If you have had an address or employment change since the last renewal cycle, and you haven´t updated your information with the Board, please submit an
address change form, or submit your information online. Be advised, any change of address, or change of employment must be submitted to the Board within 15 days of the change.

If you currently hold a Certified Oregon Pharmacy Technician License please do not complete a new application.  
 

To avoid the $20.00 delinquent fee, you must renew your license prior to the August 31st postmark deadline.   The delinquent fee applies to all applications postmarked or completed online, after August 31st or later.   

 

 
 
 
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Pharmacy Technicians

Pharmacy Technician Licenses are Non-Renewable
 
Once you have received your national certification through PTCB or NHA:

National Healthcareer Association
(ExCPT) 
800-499-9092
www.nationaltechexam.org

Pharmacy Technician
Certification Board (PTCB)
800-363-8012
www.ptcb.org

To expedite processing of your application, be sure to include the following:

  • A copy of your driver’s license or state ID,
  • A copy of your national certification or the letter stating you have passed the exam,
  • A new, original passport regulation photograph taken within the last 6 months,
  • A check or money order for $50.00.

Certified Oregon Pharmacy Technician License Application 

Read the instructions on the form carefully. 

Truthfully answer the moral turpitude questions on pages 2 and 3. If you have already provided documentation for any “yes” answers to the Board, you may write in that we have the records on file, and you do not need to provide it again. You do have to disclose (answer “yes” for) any and all old incidents again.
 
Please allow 6 to 8 weeks’ processing time for your license. We must be able to verify your national certification on PTCB’s or NHA’s websites. Be aware that it can take 8 weeks or more before your certification may be posted on PTCB’s or ICPT’s websites. Plan ahead, and test early! Your application will be held until we are able to verify your certification.

If you have questions regarding your technician license, please contact the Oregon Board of Pharmacy by phone: 971-673-0001 or email: pharmacy.board@state.or.us.


Your
new Certified Oregon Pharmacy Technician license will be valid until September 30, 2015.


If you have had an address or employment change since the last renewal cycle, and you haven't updated your information with the Board, please submit an
address change form, or submit your information online.  Be advised, any change of address, or change of employment must be submitted to the Board within 15 days of the change.


PLEASE NOTE:
  If you have submitted your payment and renewal form, your cancelled check is your receipt.  You, or your employer, can check the status of your license on our new, real-time, online verification system.
 
Memo regarding Responsibility & Discipline - July 2007


CE INFORMATION FOR CERTIFIED PHARMACY TECHNICIANS: 
The Board will accept one hour of CE law from either the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education 
(ACPE), Continuing Medical Education (CME)  or Board approved programs.  The law CE programs may contain information on State or Federal regulations such as DEA, FDA, HIPPA or Medicare part D.  Some other suggested websites to visit are www.powerpak.com, www.cecity.com and www.rxschool.com.  The Board of Pharmacy also has the one hour CE law exam available on our website.

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Administrative Fee Schedule

Effective 7/9/10 
   
In accordance with OAR 855-110-0015(4), the Board of Pharmacy establishes the following schedule of Administrative Fees:   

  
These fees are in addition to the licensing fees listed in OAR 855-110
 

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