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  • NEW ENHANCED ONLINE SERVICES & WEBSITE COMING SOON!

    *The Oregon State Police are having some technical difficulties, which has led to a delay in the Board of Pharmacy receiving background check results for applicants. We do not have an ETA for OSP to resolve their current backlog.  Board of Pharmacy staff will continue to process applications in the order that they are received. 

    You will soon have the ability to order a certified copy, renew your license/registration, update information such as email, phone, address & employment, as well as apply online for a few select license types.   All owner/location, name changes and paper license verifications must still be submitted via paper applications.

     
    Online Renewal for Non-Prescription Drug Outlets, Manufacturers, Drug Distribution Agents and Wholesalers available now.  
    Click HERE to access the renewal system.    (System does not support Microsoft Edge)
    For additional information on how to create a login to your new account, click HERE.
     
     
    **EFFECTIVE IN EARLY 2020, PAPER APPLICATIONS WILL BE DISCONTINUED FOR THE FOLLOWING LICENSE TYPES:  PHARMACIST, PHARMACY TECHNICIAN, CERTIFIED OREGON PHARMACY TECHNICIAN, INTERN AND NONPRESCRIPTION DRUG OUTLETS A AND C.**
     
    The Oregon Board of Pharmacy serves to promote and protect public health, safety and welfare by ensuring high standards in the practice of pharmacy and  through effective regulation of the manufacture and distribution of drugs. 
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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.
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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.

 
Safe.Pharmacy​- Medication safety is of growing importance to you and your family. Learn to buy, use, and dispose of medication safely and also prevent drug abuse.