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Outsourcing Facility Permit

  When to File Application A facility that holds, or has applied for, a Delaware In-State or Non-Resident Pharmacy license or a Delaware Distributor license must also hold a Delaware Outsourcing Facility permit when the facility: compounds sterile drugs without a prescription, and distributes the compounded drugs to Delaware. The facility must comply with the […]

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Forms

For forms related to Controlled Substance registration, click Controlled Substances Forms.   Intern Registration Application for Registration of Internship – U.S. School Application for Registration of Internship – Foreign School Affidavit of Preceptor Affidavit of Intern Experience Form Practical Experience Program for Pharmacy Preceptors and Interns   MPJE Study Material MPJE Study Material   Pharmacist […]

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Distributor License

When to File Application The application for a Pharmacy-Wholesale Permit is for facilities that distribute the following on a wholesale basis: drugs, toilet preparations, dentifrices, and cosmetics to persons other than the ultimate consumer (24 Del. C. §§2540) medical gases to other facilities authorized to possess medical gases. Note: If you are a facility that sells […]

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In-State Pharmacy License

When to File Application In-State Pharmacies include Retail and Hospital Pharmacies located in Delaware. A Pharmacy–Hospital license is for the in-house pharmacy that dispenses to hospital in-patients. A Pharmacy–Retail license is for any of these types of outlets: Community Pharmacy – A retail pharmacy that dispenses directly to patients and is not a nuclear or […]

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Board of Pharmacy

Objective and Function The primary objective of the Delaware Board of Pharmacy is to promote, preserve, and protect the public health, safety, and welfare. To meet this objective, the Board maintains a registry of drug outlets that manufacture, produce, sell, and distribute drugs, medications, and other materials used to diagnose and prevent illness and disease […]

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Forms

Applications Application for Licensure as a Therapeutic Optometrist Application for Upgrade to Therapeutic Optometrist Licensure Verification Letter Verification of Optometrist Licensure Continuing Education Request for Approval of Continuing Education Course

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Board Members

Evelyn Nestlerode, Public Member, President New Castle County Jeffrey Hilovsky, O.D., Secretary Sussex County Sonja Biddle, O.D. Kent County Joseph Senall, O.D. New Castle County Irvin Bowers, Public Member Kent County

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the fee to apply? Do I need a current cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) card? I have a current license in another state. Do I have to serve an internship for Delaware licensure? Do I need continuing education (CE) to renew my license? Answers   What is the fee to apply? Answer: See Fee Schedule. […]

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Fee Schedule

Processing Fees for License Applications Submit the processing fee with the application form. Applications submitted without the processing fee will be rejected. Make the check or money order payable to the “State of Delaware.” Cash is not accepted. Processing fees are non-refundable. Therapeutic Optometrist – $306 Upgrade from active Diagnostic Optometrist to Therapeutic Optometrist – […]

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Therapeutic Optometrist Licensure

Deciding When an Internship is Required To be licensed as a Therapeutic Optometrist license, you must qualify either by internship or by reciprocity. Whether you are required to complete a six-month internship depends on whether you hold a current optometry license in another jurisdiction, how long you have practiced in that jurisdiction and whether that […]

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