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36-11-19.3 Requirements for licensure of nonresident pharmacy.
     36-11-19.3.   Requirements for licensure of nonresident pharmacy. Any nonresident pharmacy shall be licensed before conducting business in this state. The Board of Pharmacy shall issue a license to any nonresident pharmacy which meets the requirements of §§ 36-11-19.2 to 36-11-19.9, inclusive. In order to be licensed by the board to do business in this state, a nonresident pharmacy shall:
             (1)      Be licensed and in good standing in the state in which its dispensing facilities are located;
             (2)      Comply with all applicable laws, rules, and standards of that state and the United States, and if requested by the board, provide evidence that it has complied; and
             (3)      Submit an application upon a form prescribed by the Board of Pharmacy and pay a fee set by the board.
     The application shall include information on ownership and location of the pharmacy, the identity of licensed pharmacist in charge of the pharmacy, identity of licensed pharmacists who are providing services to patients residing in this state, and provide a copy of the most recent inspection report resulting from an inspection conducted by the regulatory or licensing agency of the state in which it is located. The board shall establish pursuant to chapter 1-26 the application fee, which may not be greater than that assessed resident pharmacies.

Source: SL 1997, ch 217, § 2.


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