Utah Pharmacy Licensing

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Licensing requirements for Utah pharmaceutical companies.

Welcome to our Utah 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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Utah Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Company Licenses

Utah Controlled Substance Precursor License

Agency:Utah Department of Commerce - Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing

Initial Registration

Form:

Controlled Substance Precursor Application

Filing method:

Mail or online.

Agency fee:

$210 for a distributor license or $110 for a purchaser license.

Registration Renewal

Form:

Controlled Substance Precursor Renewal

Filing method:

Mail or online.

Agency fee:

$113

Due:

By May 31 of odd-numbered years.

Utah Dispensing Controlled Substance License

Agency:Utah Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Agency fee:

$100

Notes:

The controlled substance application is included in pharmacy license applications.

Registration Renewal

Filing method:

Online

Agency fee:

$78

Due:

By September 30 of odd-numbered years.

Utah Dispensing Medical Practitioner Clinic Pharmacy License

Agency:Utah Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Dispensing Clinic Application

Agency fee:

$200

Registration Renewal

Form:

Dispensing Medical Practitioner Clinic Renewal

Filing method:

Mail or online.

Agency fee:

$103

Due:

By September 30 of odd-numbered years.

Utah Online Contract Pharmacy License

Agency:Utah Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Filing method:

Online

Agency fee:

$200 application fee + $70 fingerprint processing fee.

Registration Renewal

Filing method:

Online

Agency fee:

$103

Due:

By September 30 of odd-numbered years.

Utah Pharmacy - Class A (Retail) License

Agency:Utah Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Pharmacy Class-A Application

Filing method:

Mail or online.

Agency fee:

$200 application fee + $70 fingerprint processing fee.

Registration Renewal

Form:

Pharmacy Renewal

Filing method:

Mail or online.

Agency fee:

$103

Due:

By September 30 of odd-numbered years.

Utah Pharmacy - Class B License

Agency:Utah Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Pharmacy Class-B Application

Filing method:

Mail or online.

Agency fee:

$200 application fee + $70 fingerprint processing fee.

Registration Renewal

Form:

Pharmacy Renewal

Filing method:

Mail or online.

Agency fee:

$103

Due:

By September 30 of odd-numbered years.

Utah Pharmacy - Class C (Wholesaler, Manufacturer, Distributor) License

Agency:Utah Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Pharmacy Class-C Application

Filing method:

Mail or online.

Agency fee:

$200 application fee + $70 fingerprint processing fee.

Registration Renewal

Form:

Pharmacy Renewal

Filing method:

Mail or online.

Agency fee:

$103

Due:

By September 30 of odd-numbered years.

Utah Pharmacy - Class D (Out of State Mail Order) License

Agency:Utah Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Pharmacy Class-D Application

Filing method:

Mail or online.

Agency fee:

$200 application fee + $70 fingerprint processing fee.

Registration Renewal

Form:

Pharmacy Renewal

Filing method:

Mail or online.

Agency fee:

$103

Due:

By September 30 of odd-numbered years.

Utah Pharmacy - Class E License

Agency:Utah Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Pharmacy Class-E Application

Filing method:

Mail or online.

Agency fee:

$200 application fee + $70 fingerprint processing fee.

Registration Renewal

Form:

Pharmacy Renewal

Filing method:

Mail or online.

Agency fee:

$103

Due:

By September 30 of odd-numbered years.

Individual Licenses

Utah Individual Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Licenses

Utah Dispensing Medical Practitioner License

Agency:Utah Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Dispensing Practitioner Application

Agency fee:

$110

Registration Renewal

Form:

Dispensing Medical Practitioner Renewal

Filing method:

Mail or online.

Agency fee:

$63

Due:

By September 30 of odd-numbered years.

Utah Pharmacist License

Agency:Utah Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Pharmacist Application

Filing method:

Mail or online.

Agency fee:

$245

Registration Renewal

Form:

Pharmacist Renewal

Filing method:

Mail or online.

Agency fee:

$63

Due:

By September 30 of odd-numbered years.

Utah Pharmacy Intern License

Agency:Utah Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Pharmacy Intern Application

Filing method:

Mail or online.

Agency fee:

$135

Renewal Not Required

Not required



Intern licenses cannot be renewed.

Utah Pharmacy Technician License

Agency:Utah Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Pharmacy Technician Application

Filing method:

Mail or online.

Agency fee:

$95

Registration Renewal

Form:

Pharmacy Technician Renewal

Filing method:

Mail or online.

Agency fee:

$47

Due:

By September 30 of odd-numbered years.

Utah Pharmacy Technician Trainee License

Agency:Utah Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Pharmacy Technician Trainee Application

Filing method:

Mail or online.

Agency fee:

$50

Registration Renewal

Filing method:

Online

Agency fee:

$50

Due:

Biennially by the date of issuance.

Utah Temporary Pharmacist License

Agency:Utah Board of Pharmacy

Initial Registration

Form:

Temporary Pharmacist Application

Filing method:

Mail or online.

Agency fee:

$50

Renewal Not Required

Not required



Temporary licenses expire 6 months from the date of issuance and cannot be renewed.

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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