Alaska Pharmacy Licensing

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Licensing requirements for Alaska pharmaceutical companies.

Welcome to our Alaska Pharmacy Licensing Guide, which outlines initial and renewal licensing for pharmacy companies. This guide contains the application forms, fees, and renewal requirements. For assistance with licensing, please contact us to learn about our software and managed license services.

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Company Licenses

Alaska Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Company Licenses

Alaska Drug Room License

Required:Not required
Agency:Alaska Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Drug Room License Application

Agency fee:

$300, $60 application fee + $240 license fee

Notarize:Required

Registration Renewal

Form:

Biennial Pharmacy Drug Room License Renewal Application

Agency fee:

$240

Due:

By June 30 of even-numbered years.

Alaska Out-of-State Pharmacy License

Required:Not required
Agency:Alaska Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Out-of-State Pharmacy Application

Agency fee:

$660, $60 application fee + $600 License fee

Notarize:Required

Registration Renewal

Form:

Biennial Out-of-State Pharmacy License Renewal Application

Agency fee:

$600

Due:

By June 30 of even-numbered years.

Alaska Pharmacy License

Required:Not required
Agency:Alaska Board of Pharmacy

Registration Renewal

Agency fee:

$240 baseline

Due:

Biennially

Alaska Pharmacy License

Required:Not required
Agency:Alaska Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Pharmacy License Application

Agency fee:

$300, $60 application fee + $240 Licensefee

Notarize:Required

Registration Renewal

Form:

Biennial Pharmacy License Renewal Application

Agency fee:

$240

Due:

By June 30 of even-numbered years.

Alaska Remote Pharmacy License

Required:Not required
Agency:Alaska Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Remote Pharmacy License Application

Agency fee:

$300, $60 application fee + $240 license fee

Notarize:Required

Registration Renewal

Form:

Biennial Remote Pharmacy License Renewal Application

Agency fee:

$240

Due:

By June 30 of even-numbered years.

Alaska Wholesale Drug Distributor License

Required:Not required
Agency:Alaska Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Wholesale Drug Distributor Application

Agency fee:

$560, $60 application fee + $500 license fee

Notarize:Required

Registration Renewal

Form:

Biennial Wholesale Distributor License Renewal Application

Agency fee:

$500

Due:

By June 30 of even-numbered years.

Individual Licenses

Alaska Individual Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Licenses

Alaska Pharmacist License

Required:Not required
Agency:Alaska Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Pharmacist Application

Agency fee:

$300, $60 application fee + $240 License Fee

Notarize:Required

Registration Renewal

Form:

Biennial Pharmacist License Renewal Application

Agency fee:

$240

Due:

By June 30 of even-numbered years.

Alaska Pharmacy Intern License

Required:Not required
Agency:Alaska Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Pharmacy Intern Application

Agency fee:

$90, $60 application fee, $30 license fee

Notarize:Required

Registration Renewal

Agency fee:

$30

Due:

By June 30 of even-numbered years.

Notes:

Application forms are sent in the mail.

Alaska Pharmacy Technician License

Required:Not required
Agency:Alaska Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Pharmacy Technician Application

Agency fee:

$120, $60 application fee, $60 license fee

Notarize:Required

Registration Renewal

Form:

Biennial Pharmacy Technician License Renewal Application

Agency fee:

$60

Due:

By June 30 of even-numbered years.

Controlled Substance Registration - In addition to a pharmacy license, controlled substance registration registration is required in many states for pharmacies that distribute controlled substances.

NABP (National Association of Boards of Pharmacy) - Host a variety of programs and resources relating to pharmacist and pharmacy licensure and examination.

Pharmacist in Charge - A licensed pharmacist designated by a pharmacy to act as the party responsible for compliance with regulations.

VPP (Verified Pharmacy Program) - A program run by NABP that allows state boards to share information and more easily register out-of-state pharmacies.

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