Minnesota Pharmacy Licensing

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Licensing requirements for Minnesota pharmaceutical companies.

Welcome to our Minnesota 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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Minnesota Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Company Licenses

Minnesota Drug Manufacturer License

Agency:Minnesota Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Application for Registration as a Drug Manufacturer

Agency fee:

$235 for prescription drug manufacturing or outsourcing facilities, $210 for nonprescription or veterinary drug manufacturing, or $185 for medical gas manufacturing.

Registration Renewal

Agency fee:

$235 for prescription drug manufacturing or outsourcing facilities, $210 for nonprescription or veterinary drug manufacturing, or $185 for medical gas manufacturing.

Due:

Annually by May 31.

Notes:

Renewal forms are mailed to the mailing address on record.

Minnesota Drug Wholesaler License

Agency:Minnesota Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Application for Registration as a Drug and/or Medical Gas Wholesaler

Agency fee:

$235 for prescription drug wholesaling, $210 for nonprescription or veterinary drug wholesaling, $185 for medical gas wholesaling, or $150 if the applicant is licensed as a pharmacy in Minnesota.

Registration Renewal

Agency fee:

$235 for prescription drug wholesaling, $210 for nonprescription or veterinary drug wholesaling, $185 for medical gas wholesaling, or $150 if the applicant is licensed as a pharmacy in Minnesota.

Due:

Annually by May 31.

Notes:

Renewal forms are mailed to the mailing address on record.

Minnesota Medical Gas Distributor License

Agency:Minnesota Board of Pharmacy

Registration Renewal

Agency fee:

$110

Due:

Annually by November 30.

Notes:

Renewal forms are mailed to the mailing address on record.

Minnesota Pharmacy License

Agency:Minnesota Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Application for Registration as a Pharmacy

Agency fee:

$225

Registration Renewal

Agency fee:

$225

Due:

Annually by June 30.

Notes:

Renewal forms are mailed to the mailing address on record.

Individual Licenses

Minnesota Individual Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Licenses

Minnesota Controlled Substance Researcher Registration

Agency:Minnesota Board of Pharmacy

Registration Renewal

Agency fee:

$55

Due:

Annually by May 1.

Notes:

Renewal forms are sent in the mail.

Minnesota Pharmacist License

Agency:Minnesota Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Eligibility Application for New Pharmacist Licensure

Agency fee:

$145 application fee + $33.25 background check fee.

Registration Renewal

Filing method:

Online

Agency fee:

$145

Due:

Annually by January 31.

Minnesota Pharmacist-Intern Registration

Agency:Minnesota Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Application for Registration as a Pharmacist Intern

Agency fee:

$37.50

Renewal Not Required

Not required



Registration as an intern for purposes of participating in a residency or fellowship program remains in effect until the individual obtains licensure as a pharmacist, for two years, or until the completion of the residency or fellowship program, whichever occurs first.

Minnesota Pharmacy Technician Registration

Agency:Minnesota Board of Pharmacy

Registration Renewal

Filing method:

Online

Agency fee:

$37.50

Due:

Annually by December 1.

Minnesota Preceptor Registration

Agency:Minnesota Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Preceptor Application

Agency fee:

$0

Registration Renewal

Form:

Preceptor Registration Renewal

Agency fee:

$0

Due:

Biennially by the anniversary of issuance.

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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