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Welcome to the Kentucky Board of Pharmacy
State Office Building Annex, Ste 300
125 Holmes Street
Frankfort, KY 40601
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2013 Pharmacy Permit Renewals
All Kentucky pharmacy permits will expire on June 30, 2013. The renewal fee is $100.00. You may renew your permit online. To begin the renewal process, you must have your Kentucky permit number and your five digit postal code. Resident pharmacies must verify or provide a complete listing of all licensed or registered employees. There is a $1.00 processing fee for online renewals.
Online Pharmacy Renewal Application
You may complete the paper renewal application and submit to the Board office along with payment.
Resident Pharmacy Renewal Application
Non-Resident Pharmacy Renewal Application
Medicinal Gas Permit Renewal
Clinical Practice Pharmacy Renewal Application
To avoid delinquent fees, permit renewals must be received in the Board office by close of business on June 30, 2013 [not post-marked]. All online renewals must be completed before 12:01 AM [EDT] July 1, 2013. All renewals received after June 30, 2013 will be assessed a delinquent fee of $75.00 pursuant to 201 KAR 2:050, Section 1(11).
The Kentucky Board of Pharmacy serves the Commonwealth to promote, preserve, and protect the public health, safety, and welfare through effective regulation of the practice of Pharmacy. The Board of Pharmacy accomplishes this mission through examination, testing and credentialing of prospective pharmacists, regulation and discipline of all licensed pharmacists, and through appropriate communication of information and laws pertaining to the practice of Pharmacy in Kentucky.
The Kentucky Board of Pharmacy is self-supporting and receives no general fund tax appropriation. It is funded through fees assessed for; the licensing and registration of its professionals and the permitting of pharmacies and wholesaler/manufacturing facilities.
1. Pharmacy Hazardous Waste Disposal - Are you aware that the pharmacy you work in generates hazardous waste and if this waste is not properly disposed of, the pharmacy can be fined by the EPA?
2. Home Medical Equipment License Information - House Bill 282 requires all home medical equipment providers that sell/distribute home medical equipment products to patients in Kentucky obtain a license from the Kentucky Board of Pharmacy by September 30, 2012. Emergency Regulation (201 KAR 2:350E) lists specific requirements for obtaining a Home Medical Equipment license.
Home Medical Equipment License Application
3. Senate Bill 3-Effective Date: July 12, 2012
Sets out to make pseudophedrine available by prescription only.
However, as a result of compromise, this bill:
• reduces monthly limited from 9 grams in a 30 day period to 7.2 grams in a 30 day period
• lowers the annual limited from 108 grams to 24 grams (which translates to enough for use during spring & fall – for seasonal allergies).
• creates offender block list – an individual convicted of a methamphetamine related offense is prohibited from buying a pseudophedrine product for a period of 5 years after completion of sentence
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Directions to 125 Holmes Street, Frankfort, Kentucky 40601