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License/Registration Renewal Information 

Visit mylicense/eGov to update or renew your license/registration. 


To learn more about renewing a specific type of license, choose a license type in the table below. 

Title
Certified Oregon Pharmacy Technician
Information

​The Certified Oregon Pharmacy Technician license expires June 30th of each even year. Download additional renewal FAQs​ for more information.

The current Continuing Education period is July 1, 2018-June 30, 2020. 

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.   

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. 

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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 by using our Online License/Registration Verification database. 

*Per OAR 855-025-0020​ a Pharmacy Technician or Certified Oregon Pharmacy Technician must notify the Board in writing, within 15 days, of any change in email address, employment location or residence address except that a Pharmacy Technician who is employed at more than one pharmacy need only report the name and address of the pharmacy at which the technician normally works the most hours.

Visit mylicense/eGov​​ to "register"/create a new User ID and password to access your information or to log into your existing eGov account to update your personal information or order a Certified Copy of your license. 


Title
Nonprescription Drug Outlets
Information

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

Renewal notification for the registration cycle is typically mailed in mid-November, annually. Your location may not sell any nonprescription medications after January 31st until your registration has been renewed. 

If your renewal is submitted after December 31st, you will be subject to the delinquent fee as noted on your renewal form. The Oregon Board of Pharmacy has a new licensing system. Retail and Institutional Drug Outlets must now log in and create a new account for each active registration. Once you are registered you can verify all facility information, renew, update the mailing address and order certified license copies.  

The use of the new eGov Online Renewal System is required. 

You will need the registration number, registration code or the renewal ID which can be found on the renewal notice that is sent via USPS. Completing your renewals online not only ensures a faster turn-around time on processing; but also results in fewer deficiencies in submission.   

In order to renew and maintain a Facility Registration

  • visit mylicense/eGov (*eGov may not be supported on Microsoft Edge or Explorer)

PLEASE NOTE: You, your vendors, or customers, can check the status of your registration using our new, real-time, Online License/Registration Verification​ database.  

Has there been an owner change or location change for your facility? If so, you are required to complete a new application and submit the appropriate application fee. Please be advised, owner/location change fees are separate transactions from your annual renewal fee and cannot be done during the renewal process. 

Questions?  
 Email all licensing related inquiries to pharmacy.licensing@oregon.gov.   


Title
Pharmacies, Community Health Clinics, Dispensing Physician Drug Outlets, etc.
Information

​All Pharmacies, Community Health Clinics & Correctional Facilities expire 3/31 annually. Renewal notification for the 2020-2021 registration period will be mailed in early January 2020.

If your renewal is postmarked or submitted after February 28th, 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, email pharmacy.licensing@oregon.gov.

Retail and Institutional Drug Outlets only:​

​The Oregon Board of Pharmacy has a new licensing system. Retail and Institutional Drug Outlets must now log in and create a new account for each active registration. Once you are registered you will have the ability to verify all facility information, renew, update mailing address and order certified license copies.

The use of the new eGov Online Renewal System is required.  

You will need the registration number, registration code or the renewal ID which can be found on the renewal notice that will be sent via USPS. Completing your renewals online not only ensures a faster turn-around time on processing; but also results in fewer deficiencies in submission.   

In order to renew and maintain a Facility Registration 

  • visit mylicense/eGov (*eGov may not be supported on Microsoft Edge or Explorer browsers) All other Drug Outlets can register to verify all facility information, update mailing address and order certified license copies. 


In order to maintain a Drug Outlet Registration 


PLEASE NOTE: You can now check the status of your registration and see current facility information using our Online License/Registration Verification database.

Has there been an owner change or location change for your facility? If so, you are required to complete a new application and submit the appropriate application fee. Please be advised, owner/location change fees are separate transactions from your annual renewal fee and this may not be done online. 


Pharmacies:

2020 Charitable Pharmacy Supplemental Information Form  

2020 Consulting or Drugless Pharmacy Supplemental Information Form 


Dispensing Outlets:


2020 Dispensing Physician Drug Outlet Supplemental Information Form 

2020 Supervising Physician Dispensing Outlet Supplemental Information Form 

Other:

2020 Correctional Facility Supplemental Information Form 

2020 Drug Room Supplemental Information Form 

2020 Home Dialysis Supplemental Information Form 

2020 Remote Distribution Facility Supplemental Information Form 


Title
Pharmacist
Information

​Oregon Pharmacist licenses expire June 30th of each odd year.  Renewal notification for the 2021-2023 renewal cycle will be issued in early April of 2021.

The current Continuing Education period is July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2021. The only way to avoid paying a higher renewal fee is to complete the required CE and renew your license on or before May 31, 2021.  

To check the status of your license at any time, use our Online License/Registration Verification database. 

 *Per OAR 855-019-0205​ a pharmacist must notify the Board in writing, within 15 days, of any change in email address, employment location or residence address.   

Visit mylicense/eGov​ to "register"/create a new User ID and password to access your information or to log into your existing eGov account to update your personal information and order a Certified Copy of your license.  


Title
Wholesalers, Drug Distribution Agents & Manufacturers
Information

​Wholesaler, Manufacturer & Drug Distribution Agent Registrations expire 9/30 annually. 

Renewal notification for the 2020-2021 registration period will be mailed in early July 2020.

If your renewal is postmarked or submitted after August 31st, you will be subject to the delinquent fee as noted on your renewal form. If you do not receive your renewal notice by August 1st, contact our office at pharmacy.licensing@oregon.gov. 

The Oregon Board of Pharmacy has a new licensing system. Wholesalers, Manufacturers and Drug Distribution Agents must now log in and create a new account for each active registration. Once the facility is registered, an authorized person can verify all facility information, renew, update the mailing address and order certified license copies. 

The use of the new eGov Online Renewal System is required. 

You will need the registration number, registration code or the renewal ID which can be found on the renewal notice that will be sent via USPS. Completing your renewals online not only ensures a faster turn-around time on processing; but also results in fewer deficiencies in submission. Outside of the renewal cycle, an authorized person may contact the Board at pharmacy.licensing@oregon.gov to obtain login/registration information. 

In order to maintain and renew a Facility Registration

  • visit mylicense/eGov (*eGov may not be supported on Microsoft Edge or Explorer browsers)

PLEASE NOTE:  You, or your customers, can check the status of your registration using our new, real-time, Online License/Registration Verification​ database. 

Has there been an owner change or location change for your facility? If so, you are required to complete a new application and submit the appropriate application fee. Please be advised, owner/location change fees are separate transactions from your annual renewal fee and cannot be done during the renewal process and can not be done online. 

  • WHOLESALER BOND REQUIREMENT INFORMATION 


Resources

Questions?
Email all license renewal related inquiries to pharmacy.licensing@oregon.gov


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