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    Renew your license online today!The Oregon Board of Pharmacy now offering additional credit card payment options!
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    2018 Pharmacy Intern license renewal is now available!   If your license expires on 11/30/2018, please click the link below to renew your individual license.


    Non-Prescription Drug Outlet registrations expire on 1/31/19.  Renewal information was mailed on 11/2/18.  Please click on the link below to renew your facility registration.


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Topics of Interest What's Hot!

December 2018 Board Meeting Agenda​ 

Pharmacy Formulary (2397) Advisory Committee - New Link!​




Click HERE for a drug disposal locator tool





Registering a Complaint with the Board
Registering A Complaint with the Oregon Board of Pharmacy 
The Board of Pharmacy responds to any complaint that comes into the Board office. Complaints can originate from consumers, another pharmacist, a prescriber, a technician, an employer, or anyone else.

If you believe a violation might have occurred, you may wish to file a complaint with the Board.

**Notice of Proposed Fee Increases - 2019**

OBOP Stakeholder Forum 12/11/18

OBOP Executive Director Candidates 12/13/18

Public Board Member position available - please apply! -NEW!


For the latest flu information from Oregon Public Health click here, or visit Flu.Gov.





Do You Know What a Doctor Shopper Looks Like?  

Americans abuse prescription drugs more than cocaine, heroin, and hallucinogens combined. The "Red Flags" video helps pharmacists identify the warning signs of prescription drug abuse and diversion.  Click here to view the video.
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