A pharmacy must be licensed in one or more of the following categories:
home health care;
nonsterile preparation compounding;
sterile preparation compounding;
Licensing of a pharmacy in more than one category shall not result in an increase in the license fee.
No pharmacy may engage in providing products or services in categories for which it is not licensed. A pharmacy must designate its category or categories on license renewal or application for an initial license. Effective July 1, 2012: an initial or renewed license issued by the board shall list each license category for which the pharmacy has received board approval; a pharmacy must receive board approval before providing services in a license category not listed on its license; a pharmacy must notify the board if the pharmacy no longer provides services in a license category; and the board shall issue a revised license without imposing an additional fee, if it approves a pharmacy's request to provide services in additional license categories or if a pharmacy no longer provides services in one or more license categories.
The board may establish special conditions for licensure, appropriate to the situation, before approving a license application for a pharmacy with a limited service license category. Such pharmacies must also apply for and receive any necessary variances, according to part 6800.9900, before an application for licensure is approved.
18 SR 1145; 31 SR 1673; 36 SR 237
September 21, 2011
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes