50-State Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Licensing Compliance Guide
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North Dakota Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Licensing

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Licensing requirements for North Dakota healthcare and pharmaceutical companies and individuals.

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North Dakota Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Company Licenses

North Dakota Durable Medical Equipment/Medical Gas Distributors and/or Retailers Wholesale License

Agency:North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Application for Annual Wholesale License for Durable Medical Equipment / Medical Gas Distributors and/or Retailers

Agency Fee:

$200 for retailer or distributor and $300 for combination retailer and distributor.

Registration Renewal

Form:

Application for Annual Wholesale License for Durable Medical Equipment / Medical Gas Distributors and/or Retailers (Renewal)

Agency Fee:

$200 for retailer or distributor and $300 for combination retailer and distributor.

Due:

Annually by June 1.

North Dakota In-State Pharmacy Permit

Agency:North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy

Registration Renewal

Form:

Application for Permit or Renewal to Operate a Pharmacy or Drug Store (Renewal)

Agency Fee:

$175

Due:

Annually by June 1.

North Dakota Out-of-State Pharmacy Permit

Agency:North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Application for Permit or Renewal to Operate an Out-of-State Pharmacy or Drug Store

Agency Fee:

$175

Before you Apply:
  • The name or title under which the Pharmacy is to be carried on must be same as DEA title
  • ND Secretary of State’s Certificate of Authority
  • List of names and address of all principal officers
  • List the pharmacist in charge and provide the following informatino
    • NABP e-profile number
    • Home state license number
    • Phone number
    • Email address
    •  The PIC must provide a signed and dated affidavit that affirms that the Pharmacist-In-Charge understands North Dakota Pharmacy Laws and Rules and intends to abide by them using the  Pharmacist in Charge Legal Affirmation Form 
  • Attach list of the names and license numbers of pharmacists practicing in the pharmacy or drug store.
  • Attach list of the names and license numbers of all interns
  • Attach list of the names and registration numbers of all Technicians.
  • Attach list of names of all supportive personnel.
  • Attach List library references in the pharmacy.
  • You must certify that the pharmacy or drugstore has all the MINIMUM Technical Equipment as indicated in Section 61-02-01-03 of the regulations of the North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy .. General Authority and Law Implemented by NDCC 43-15-34 and 43-15-35.
  • You must certify that the pharmacy or drugstore complies with the SECURITY STANDARDS as indicated in Section 61-02-03-01 of the regulations of the North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy .. General Authority and Law Implemented by NDCC 43-15-10(11).
  • You must certify that the pharmacy or drugstore complies with the SANITARY STANDARDS as indicated in Section 61-02-04-01 of the regulations of the North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy .. General Authority and Law Implemented by NDCC 43-15-10(11) and 43-15-35(3) 
  • You must certify that the pharmacy or drugstore complies with all reporting requirements indicated in section 61-12-01-02 and implemented by NDCC 19-03.5. 
Required Attachments:
  • Pharmacist in charge legal affirmation form
  • A copy of yoru home state license
  • A copy of your latest inspection report or a copy of your NABP Verified Pharmacy Program Report 
  • Attach list of the names and license numbers of pharmacists practicing in the pharmacy or drug store.
  • Attach list of the names and license numbers of all interns
  • Attach list of the names and registration numbers of all Technicians.
  • Attach list of names of all supportive personnel.
  • Attach List library references in the pharmacy.

Registration Renewal

Form:

Out of State Pharmacy Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$175

Due:

Annually by June 1.

North Dakota Third Party Logistics Provider License

Agency:North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy

Registration Renewal

Form:

Application for Annual Third-Party Logistics Provider [3PL] License (Renewal)

Agency Fee:

$400

Due:

Annually by June 1.

North Dakota Veterinary Retail Facility License

Agency:North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy

Registration Renewal

Form:

Annual Veterinary Retail Facility License Renewal Application

Agency Fee:

$175

Due:

Annually by June 1.

North Dakota Wholesale License - Chain Drug Warehouse

Agency:North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy

North Dakota Wholesale License - Chain Pharmacy Warehouse

Agency:North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy

North Dakota Wholesale License - Hospital Offsite Warehouse

Agency:North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy

North Dakota Wholesale License - Jobber or Broker

Agency:North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy

North Dakota Wholesale License - Manufacturer

Agency:North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy

North Dakota Wholesale License - Outsourcing Facility

Agency:North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy

North Dakota Wholesale License - Own Label Distributor

Agency:North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy

North Dakota Wholesale License - Pharmacy Distributor

Agency:North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy

North Dakota Wholesale License - Private Label Distributor

Agency:North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy

North Dakota Wholesale License - Repackager

Agency:North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy

North Dakota Wholesale License - Reverse Distributor

Agency:North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy

North Dakota Wholesale License - Veterinary (Only Distributor)

Agency:North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy

North Dakota Wholesale License - Virtual Manufacturer

Agency:North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy

North Dakota Wholesale License - Virtual Wholesaler or Distributor

Agency:North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy

North Dakota Wholesale License - Warehouse

Agency:North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy

North Dakota Wholesale License - Wholesaler or Distributor

Agency:North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy

Individual Licenses

North Dakota Individual Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Licenses

North Dakota Internship License

Agency:North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Internship Registration Application

Agency Fee:

$10

Registration Renewal

Agency Fee:

$10

Due:

Annually

Notes:

The board will send the applicant a renewal card.

North Dakota Pharmacist License

Agency:North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Application for Licensure by Examination

Agency Fee:

$100

Registration Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$100 for in-state and $35 for out-of-state.

Due:

Annually by March 1.

North Dakota Pharmacy Technician Registration

Agency:North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Registration Application?Technician

Agency Fee:

$35

Registration Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$35

Due:

Annually

North Dakota Pharmacy Technician-in-Training Registration

Agency:North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy

Registration Renewal

Form:

Registration Application?Technician in Training Renewal

Agency Fee:

$10

Due:

Annually

North Dakota Veterinary Dispensing Technician Registration

Agency:North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy

Registration Renewal

Form:

Application for Veterinary Dispensing Technician (Renewal)

Agency Fee:

$35

Due:

Annually by March 1.

Learn about healthcare and pharmaceutical licensing in other states:

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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