Looking for the Drug Disaster & Loss Report? Incident Report? Or Drug Disposal Procedures/Form? Click here to access the Board's Gateway. Select the FACILITY MANAGEMENT tab and then select PHARMACY from the pharmacy type drop-down. Log in using your pharmacy permit number, then scroll down to see REPORTS.
All new applicants must visit the Board's Licensure Gateway page. Select the tab entitled "FACILITY MANAGEMENT" and then select "NEW PHARMACY" to complete the pharmacy application.
To view an example of the pharmacy application, please click here.
Instate Pharmacy Procedures/Instructions
Out-of-state Pharmacy Procedures/Instructions
FAQs - Click here for FAQs concerning Pharmacy Applications and Accessing/Updating Information for Existing Pharmacy Permits
Once a Pharmacy is permitted, the following will be available by logging in to the Board's Licensure Gateway under the permit via Facility Management:
Other useful information:
Inspection Forms (includes Hospital, Retail, Compounding)
Controlled Substances Inventory Log (updated May 2020)
Pharmacy Security Check List - developed by the National Association of Drug Diversion Investigators (NADDI)
MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 2020
**NOTICE CONCERNING TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP APPLICATIONS**
Board Rule 21 NCAC 46.1603 provides:
A new pharmacy, device, or medical equipment permit is required for a new location, if there is a change to a different or successor business entity, or a change resulting in a different person or entity owning more than 50 percent interest in the permit holder, or any entity in the chain of ownership above the permit holder, except as provided in 21 NCAC 46 .1604 of this Section. A new permit is required if there is a change in the authority to control or designate a majority of the members or board of directors of a nonprofit corporation holding a pharmacy permit or any nonprofit corporation in the chain of ownership above the permit holder.
This means, if a change of ownership requiring a new permit occurs – and the pharmacy has not obtained the new permit by the effective date of the transfer of ownership – the previous permit becomes void (i.e. no longer active) as of the effective date of the transfer of ownership.
Any permit subsequently acquired would not operate retroactively. It will operate from the date of issue forward. That means that an untimely transfer of ownership would result in a pharmacy operating without a permit for a period of time, which could result in Board action for unlicensed practice of pharmacy and other collateral consequences.
Transfer of ownership permit applicants must note that a new owner of a pharmacy may not operate using an old permit under a "power of attorney" or similar.
To facilitate an orderly transfer, permit applications must be filed well in advance (6-8 weeks) of the planned transaction And, of course, permit applications proceed most quickly when they are complete, correct, and the applicant pharmacist-manager responds quickly to requests for information from Board staff. The applicant pharmacist-manager needs to monitor the permit application status and keep Board staff apprised of any changes to the transaction date. Failure to do these things can lead to significant delays in permit review and, as noted above, transferring ownership prior to a new permit’s issuance voids the existing permit.
For questions about pharmacy permits, please contact Wendy Watson at 919.246.1050 ext. 221 or by email at email@example.com.