A Clinical Pharmacist Practitioner (CPP) is a licensed pharmacist approved to provide drug therapy management, including controlled substances, under the direction of, or under the supervision of a licensed physician. Only a pharmacist approved by the Pharmacy Board may legally identify himself/herself as a CPP.
Download a CPP application here Effective August 30, 2017 - All new applicants must first register through the Board's Gateway to create a user name and password. The Gateway allows access to all applications.
Template for CPP Protocol
CPP Change of Status Form/Instructions
CPP Form for New Physician Group for Previously Approved CPP
Follow this link for FAQs regarding the CPP Application and Protocol Review by the CPP Advisory Committee Member.
If you have further questions about CPP requirements, please contact Debbie Stump at 919.246.1050 ext. 223 or email Debbie.
CPP SITE VISITS -
The North Carolina Medical Board and the North Carolina Board of Pharmacy are conducting random site visits of clinical pharmacist practitioners (CPP) to ensure compliance with certain Board rules, most specifically, 21 NCAC 32T. 0101 and 21 NCAC 46.3101.
CPPs selected for review will be given 48 hours notice of the site visit.
A similar program is currently in place for physician assistants and nurse practitioners.
For guidance on what CPPs are expected to have available for review, view the Clinical Pharmacist Practitioner Site Visit form.
Questions? Please contact Don Pittman, NC Medical Board compliance supervisor/investigator at 919.326.1100, or Krystal Brashears Stefanyk, NC Board of Pharmacy Associate Director of Investigations & Inspections, 919.246.1050 ext 222.