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When your renewal period opens you will receive a yellow RENEWAL NOTICE POSTCARD that will direct you to this site. There is no personal information on this postcard (other than your name, address and license number). If you have accessed this page before receipt of the postcard and renewed your license then you may disregard that notice.
Pharmacy Business registrations expire on October 31, 2012 and it is now time to renew your license to keep it in a current status until October 31, 2014. To renew your license, please follow the below step-by-step instructions:
• You will select "Business" in the Register As section and "Yes" in the section asking if you are currently licensed with the Division of Professions and Occupations. Then click the "Next" button.
• You will be asked to enter your Federal Tax ID number (Tax ID/FEIN) and License Number (only the numeric value omitting the alpha prefix and leading zeroes then click "Finish". On the next page your User ID field will be populated with the User ID that is assigned to you. Please write down this User ID for use in the future.
NOTE: Unfortunately at this time you will be unable to renew multiple facilities with one payment online as you have in the past. The Division is working on a solution to this issue and hopes to it resolve as quickly as possible. If you need to renew multiple facilities with one payment, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-894-2421 and we will send you manual renewal notices so you may pay with one check.
If you experience technical issues when renewing online, please email the System Support Unit at the following address: email@example.com or call 303-894-2421.
Renewal fees have increased since the last Pharmacy Business Renewal. As you may know, the renewal fee is evaluated each year and set to meet the budgetary needs of the program; however, it is difficult to predict if costs of regulation will decrease or increase in the future. Renewal fees help offset the operational expenses of the program and is an integral part of our commitment to work diligently to provide consumer protection.
All fees are Non-Refundable. The Division of Professions and Occupations cannot and will not take payment information over the phone. We will not request credit card numbers or checking account numbers via telephone. You will only be able to pay for your renewal online, in person at our office or by mail with the necessary renewal packet. To protect your information DO NOT provide any credit card or checking account numbers over the phone to an unknown source.
Active Wholesaler - Out of State: By submitting your renewal of your Active registration online, you attest under penalty of perjury that the facility holds an Active license issued by its state of residence.
Your license is now available for renewal and there is a 60-day grace period after the deadline. So that means you typically have a timeframe of 16 weeks within which to renew your registration.
Any registration not renewed prior to the end of the grace period will be considered expired. Once a license is in a Expired status, a reinstatement application must be completed and returned to our office with the appropriate fee listed on the form
If you do not renew your registration prior to the end of the grace period and continue to practice, you will be practicing on an Expired registration and may be subject to disciplinary action. The Division sees a number of situations every year of business who have failed to renew on time and practiced without a registration. The reasons that are offered boil down to some common themes: We forgot; We moved and forgot to notify the Board so we never got a renewal notice; We thought that our assistant/secretary/co-worker, et cetera, handled it... The result is that depending on how long it takes for the business to "remember" to renew, the Division often takes disciplinary action against the business because it is against the law to practice without an active registration.
So, here is where we need your help, and the steps are 1-2-3 easy!
1. Once you have finished reading this page, click on the link below to renew your registration.
2. Note the expiration date in your calendar to remind yourself of when it is time to renew your license the next time.
3. Make sure that your address listed on your record is accurate. If it is not, then update your address with the Division. Remember to update your address anytime that you move so that you do not miss out on any important notices from the Division. Information on how to update your address with the Division is listed below.
Remember, it is each registrants responsibility to renew their registration on time. With our online system, you can handle all of this yourself, any time, day or night.
It is imperative that you keep your contact information updated with the Division. The Division mails renewal notices and other information to you at the last address furnished to us. Failure to receive a renewal notice does not relieve you of your obligation to timely renew.
Once you have logged into Registrations Online Services, check your mailing address and confirm its accuracy. If it is incorrect you can obtain the appropriate Pharmacy Business Address Change application by visiting the Professionals page of the Pharmacy Board here. Select the link that applies to your particular business, print, complete and return the application with the appropriate fee to our office. If you received your renewal notice due to a forwarding order it is important that you change your address on file with us, since we cannot change the information based on the forwarding order.
Email address updates can be completed online while renewing. You may complete this by clicking the "Update Email" button once logged into your account.
If you are finished reading the above instructions you may want to print this page before you begin the online renewal process. Now click here to go directly to online renewal.