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Application fees are non-refundable according to Idaho Statute, Title 67-2608 Occupational Licenses Fund Created . In addition due to internal controls funds are non-transferable. Please ensure that you are submitting the correct application and that a NEW application needs to be submitted. Renewing does not necessitate the submission of an application. If you are unsure, please call our office for clarification. 208-334-2356.

In-State Pharmacies

To apply for a new registration/license or renew a current registration/license, visit our online licensing portal

Application Requirements & Required Documentss

  • Owners & Partners – Including addresses, phone numbers, and percentage of ownership
  • Description of Pharmacy Operations
  • Federal DEA Registration
    • Copy of DEA Registration Application – must include control number (ex. W1234567C)
    • OR a copy of an address change request


IDAPA 24.36.01.600 Controlled Substances: PDMP Specified data on controlled substances must be reported by the end of the next business day by all drug outlets that dispense controlled substances in or into Idaho and prescribers that dispense controlled substances to humans. Board of Pharmacy Contact for reporting: BOP.PMP@bop.idaho.gov or call 208.334.2356

Changes to a Registrations/Licenses Physical Address or Ownership require an Address/Ownership Change application to be submitted to the Board of Pharmacy a minimum of thirty (30) days prior to the change.
  1. Acquire the documents listed above for a new Registration/License
  2. Log into our online licensing portal using the credentials for your current license/registration
  3. Click on ‘Initial Application’ and choose the ‘Change of Address’ or ‘Change of Ownership’ Obtained by method after choosing ‘Pharmacy’ and your desired license/registration type
  4. Follow the onscreen prompts to complete the application
For In-State Pharmacy closures please review the Pharmacy Closure application below. In-State Pharmacy CLOSURE Application

Out of State Pharmacies

To apply for a new registration or renew a current registration, visit our online licensing portal
Application Requirements & Required Documents
  • Resident State License Verification & Proof of good standing – If good standing is not indicated on the license verification provide proof of good standing from resident state licensing agency
  • Resident State Inspection Report
  • Non-Resident Pharmacist associated as the Person in Charge:
    • Must have an active Non-Resident PIC registration with the Board of Pharmacy OR
    • Submit an online Non-Resident PIC Registration application
  • Non-Resident Pharmacist Resident State License – If good standing is not indicated on license, must provide proof of good standing from resident state licensing agency
  • Owners & Partners
  • Copy of Prescription Label – The name (or names) and address on the prescription label must match the name (or names) and address listed on the application
  • Federal DEA Registration – If applicable
  • Certification of No Dispensing of Controlled Substance Form – If applicable
  • List of Contract Physicians – If applicable


IDAPA 24.36.01.600 Controlled Substances: PDMP Specified data on controlled substances must be reported by the end of the next business day by all drug outlets that dispense controlled substances in or into Idaho and prescribers that dispense controlled substances to humans. Board of Pharmacy Contact for reporting: BOP.PMP@bop.idaho.gov or call 208.334.2356

To apply for a new registration or renew a current registration, visit our online licensing portal
Application Requirements & Required Documents
  • Resident State License Verification & Proof of good standing – If good standing is not indicated on the license verification provide proof of good standing from resident state licensing agency
  • Resident State Inspection Report
  • Non-Resident Pharmacist associated as the Person in Charge:
    • Must have an active Non-Resident PIC registration with the Board of Pharmacy OR
    • Submit an online Non-Resident PIC Registration application
  • Non-Resident Pharmacist Resident State License – If good standing is not indicated on license, must provide proof of good standing from resident state licensing agency
  • Owners & Partners
  • List of Contracting Companies and/or Hospitals


IDAPA 24.36.01.600 Controlled Substances: PDMP Specified data on controlled substances must be reported by the end of the next business day by all drug outlets that dispense controlled substances in or into Idaho and prescribers that dispense controlled substances to humans. Board of Pharmacy Contact for reporting:BOP.PMP@bop.idaho.gov or call 208.334.2356

To apply for a new registration or renew a current registration, visit our online licensing portal
Application Requirements & Required Documents
  • Resident State License
  • Resident State Facility Inspection Report – Not applicable for In-State Idaho facilities. Acceptable reports include
    • Resident State Inspection
    • NABP Accreditation Certificate
    • FDA Inspection
  • Federal DEA Registration – If applicable
  • 503 B FDA Registration
  • Owners & Partners information
  • Out of State Only Non-Resident Pharmacist associated as the Preson in Charge:
    • Must have an active Non-Resident PIC registration with the Board of Pharmacy OR
    • Submit an online Non-Resident PIC Registration application


Reporting Requirements Idaho Board rules require distribution reports of prescription and controlled substance medications shipped to Idaho Practitioners be reported on a monthly basis. Reports can be sent to BOP.PMP@bop.idaho.gov.gov
Prescriber Sales Reporting Form

Reporting FAQ

Changes to a Registrations/Licenses Physical Address or Ownership require an Address/Ownership Change application to be submitted to the Board of Pharmacy a minimum of thirty (30) days prior to the change.
    1. Acquire the documents listed above for a new Registration/License
    2. Log into our online licensing portal using the credentials for your current license/registration
    3. Click on ‘Initial Application’ and choose the ‘Change of Address’ or ‘Change of Ownership” Obtained by method after choosing ‘Pharmacy’ and your desired license/registration type
    4. Follow the onscreen prompts to complete the application
      1. Board Policy requires submission of this application to the Board of Pharmacy within

    thirty (30) days of the change date.

    1. Name Change Application Instructions
      1. Complete the Facility Name Change Form.
      2. Acquire the following documentation.
        NOTE all new documentation must contain the new name.
        • Resident State License
        • Federal DEA Registration
        • Copy of Prescription Label – Out of State Mail Service Pharmacy only
      3. Login using your facilities credentials to our Online Portal and complete the License Update process for your License/Registration.
        • Select ‘License Update’ from the menu
        • Select the applicable facility License/Registration
        • Proceed through the prompts to reach the ‘Attach Documents’ page
        • Upload the completed Name Change form and additional documentation
        • Submit the License Update.
      4. Send an email to info@bop.idaho.gov. The subject line of the email should include the name of the facility and the License Registration number.

Important Note:

    1. Facility Name changes that resulted from a change in ownership must also submit an online Change of Ownership application via the e-Gov account for the existing Idaho licensed Facility.
Written notice on company letterhead including name, Idaho license/registration number, and date of closure must be submitted to

info@bop.idaho.gov ten (10) days prior to closure

    Manufacturers & Wholesalers

    To apply for a new registration or renew a current registration, visit our
    online licensing portal
    Application Requirements & Required Documents
        • Resident State License – for out of state applicants
        • Resident State Facility Inspection Report –
          Not applicable for In-State Idaho facilities. Acceptable reports include
          • Resident State Inspection
          • NABP Accreditation Certificate
          • FDA Inspection
          • Resident state regulatory agencies that do not regulate the facility: A letter from the regulatory agency and/or the resident state code or laws indicating there is no oversight of this activity.
        • Federal DEA Registration – If applicable
        • FDA Registration
        • FDA Approved Drugs or Products – List of Drugs must include NDC numbers.
        • Shipping Invoice – Invoice must be a copy of invoice intended for use in Idaho and include the name and physical address of the applicant
        • Owners & Partners information


    IDAPA 24.36.01.600 Controlled Substances: PDMP Specified data on controlled substances must be reported by the end of the next business day by all drug outlets that dispense controlled substances in or into Idaho and prescribers that dispense controlled substances to humans. Board of Pharmacy Contact for reporting: BOP.PMP@bop.idaho.gov or call 208.334.2356

      To apply for a new registration or renew a current registration, visit our

      online licensing portal
      Application Requirements & Required Documents

          • Resident State License – Out of State only
          • Resident State Facility Inspection Report –
            Not applicable for In-State Idaho facilities. Acceptable reports include
            • Resident State Inspection
            • NABP VPP Inspection Report
            • FDA Inspection
            • Third Party Logistics VAWD Certificates
          • Federal DEA Registration – If applicable
          • FDA Approved Drugs or Products – List of Drugs must include NDC numbers.
          • Shipping Invoice – Invoice must be a copy of invoice intended for use in Idaho and include the name and physical address of the applicant
          • Contract Manufacturers – List of contract manufacturers must contain the full name, address, FDA registration number, and expiration date
          • Associated Third-Party Logistics (3PL’s) – List of 3PL’s must include full name, physical address, and VAWD certification
          • Owners & Partners information


      IDAPA 24.36.01.600 Controlled Substances: PDMP Specified data on controlled substances must be reported by the end of the next business day by all drug outlets that dispense controlled substances in or into Idaho and prescribers that dispense controlled substances to humans. Board of Pharmacy Contact for reporting: BOP.PMP@bop.idaho.gov or call 208.334.2356

        To apply for a new registration or renew a current registration, visit our

        online licensing portal
        Application Requirements & Required Documents

            • Resident State License – Out of State only
            • Resident State Facility Inspection Report –
              Not applicable for In-State Idaho facilities. Acceptable reports include
              • Resident State Inspection
              • VAWD Accreditation Certificate
            • Federal DEA Registration – If applicable
            • Shipping Invoice – Invoice must be a copy of invoice intended for use in Idaho and include the name and physical address of the applicant
            • Designated Representative associated with the facility:
              • Must have a Designated Representative number with the Board of Pharmacy OR
              • Submit an online Designated Representative application
            • Owners & Partners information


        IDAPA 24.36.01.600 Controlled Substances: PDMP Specified data on controlled substances must be reported by the end of the next business day by all drug outlets that dispense controlled substances in or into Idaho and prescribers that dispense controlled substances to humans. Board of Pharmacy Contact for reporting: BOP.PMP@bop.idaho.gov or call 208.334.2356

          To apply for a new registration or renew a current registration, visit our

          online licensing portal
          Application Requirements & Required Documents

              • Resident State License – Out of State only
              • Resident State Facility Inspection Report –
                Not applicable for In-State Idaho facilities. Acceptable reports include
                • Resident State Inspection
                • Wholesaler of LMD – NABP Drug Distributor Accreditation formerly VAWD Certificate
                • Wholesaler of OTC Medical Devices – NABP OTC Medical Device Distributor Accreditation formerly VDIP Certificate
                • Resident state regulatory agencies that do not regulate the facility: A letter from the regulatory agency and/or the resident state code or laws indicating there is no oversight of this activity.
              • Shipping Invoice – Invoice must be a copy of invoice intended for use in Idaho and include the name and physical address of the applicant
              • Owners & Partners information

          Non-Pharmacy Drug Outlets

          To apply for a new registration or renew a current registration, visit our
          online licensing portal
          Application Requirements & Required Documents
              • Resident State License – Out of State only
              • Resident State Facility Inspection Report –
                Not applicable for In-State Idaho facilities. Acceptable reports include
                • Resident State Inspection
                • Medicare Accreditation Organization Certificate
              • Owners & Partners information

          Veterinary Prescriber Drug Outlet MUST be inspected before registration & dispensing can occur

            1. To apply for a new registration or renew a current registration, visit our

          online licensing portal
          Application Requirements & Required Documents

              • Veterinarian Prescriber in Charge – For facilities dispensing controlled substances. Prescriber in Charge must have an Idaho Practitioner of Controlled Substance Registration for the address
              • List of Prescribing Physicians – List must include all prescribing physicians at the facility
              • Suppliers – Must include Full name, address, and Idaho registration number
              • Owners & Partners information


          IDAPA 24.36.01.600 Controlled Substances: PDMP Specified data on controlled substances must be reported by the end of the next business day by all drug outlets that dispense controlled substances in or into Idaho and prescribers that dispense controlled substances to humans. Board of Pharmacy Contact for reporting: BOP.PMP@bop.idaho.gov or call 208.334.2356

            Prescriber Drug Outlet MUST be inspected before registration & dispensing can occur

              1. To apply for a new registration or renew a current registration, visit our

            online licensing portal
            Application Requirements & Required Documents

                • Prescriber in Charge – For facilities dispensing controlled substances. Prescriber in Charge must have an Idaho Practitioner of Controlled Substance Registration for the address
                • List of Prescribing Physicians – List must include all prescribing physicians at the facility
                • Suppliers – Must include Full name, address, and Idaho registration number
                • Certification of No Dispensing of Controlled SubstancesIf applicable
                • Owners & Partners information


            IDAPA 24.36.01.600 Controlled Substances: PDMP Specified data on controlled substances must be reported by the end of the next business day by all drug outlets that dispense controlled substances in or into Idaho and prescribers that dispense controlled substances to humans. Board of Pharmacy Contact for reporting: BOP.PMP@bop.idaho.gov or call 208.334.2356

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              Questions?

              Email questions to our licensing team at info@bop.idaho.gov or call 208-334-2356.

              Q: Does a change of ownership or location for a pharmacy require Board notification?

              A: Yes. See Idaho Code 54-1731, IDAPA 24.36.01.010.05, & 24.36.01.230.04.

              Q: How long must pharmacies maintain records of controlled substances?

              A: Three years for annual controlled substance inventories and for all other records. Medicaid may have other requirements.

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