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DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, LICENSING AND REGULATION-- STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY
(Statutory Authority: 1976 Code Sections 40-43-60 and 40-1-70)
Any person who is a licensed pharmacist and who has charge of or is employed in a pharmacy or other permitted facility within this State shall display his annual renewal certificate in a conspicuous place in the primary pharmacy or other permitted facility of which he is in charge or in which he is employed, so that the annual renewal certificate is easily and readily observable by the public.
HISTORY: Amended by State Register Volume 8, Issue No. 4, eff April 27, 1984; State Register Volume 13, Issue No. 4, eff April 28, 1989; State Register Volume 24, Issue No. 5, eff May 26, 2000.
The Board of Pharmacy issues the following types of facility permits:
A. Pharmacy Permit - This permit authorizes a facility to dispense legend drugs and devices to a patient or the patient's agent. A Pharmacy Permit requires a pharmacist-in-charge.
B. Non-Dispensing Drug Outlet Permit - This permit authorizes a facility to administer and store legend drugs. Facilities requiring a Non-Dispensing Drug Outlet Permit include, but are not limited to, clinics, wholesalers, manufacturers, and distributors. A Non-Dispensing Drug Outlet Permit requires a consultant pharmacist, unless the facility is engaged in manufacturing, wholesaling, or distributing.
C. Medical Gases/Legend Devices Permit - This permit authorizes a facility to dispense to a patient or patient's agent medical gases and legend devices on the order of a licensed practitioner. A Medical Gases/Legend Devices Permit requires a consultant pharmacist.
D. Non-resident Pharmacy Permit - This permit authorizes facilities outside of this State whose primary business is filling mail order prescriptions to engage in the sale, distribution, or dispensing of legend drugs or devices in this State.
HISTORY: Added by State Register Volume 23, Issue No. 6, eff June 25, 1999.