Applications for Initial License, License Renewals, Reinstatement of Lapsed License, Collaborative Practice, Change in PIC/Pharmacy Manager and Self Inspections are accessible via our Applications and Forms webpage.
Forms for Change of Name, Change of Address, Verification of License, Duplicate License Request, Credit Card Payment and Exemption from SSN Requirements are located under “Important Links” on the Professional Licensing home page.
This is accomplished via a board-approved Collaborative Practice Plan. See Forms and Instructions, above.
To obtain a Certified True Copy, take the original document and a photocopy to a notary public so he/she may compare the original to the photocopy of the document. Either the applicant or the notary must write, "I certify this to be a true copy of the original document" on the photocopy and attest to that fact by signing the document and having it notarized.
In all of these cases, the facility needs to acquire a new license and new license number. This is done by completing the appropriate application.
The Continuing Education Requirements for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians are in the regulations, sections 12 AAC 52.320 through 12 AAC 52.350. Copies of these regulations are included with your license. It is not feasible to completely list all the criteria here. However, please be aware of the following items:
Carefully read the instructions in this section of the application. It will instruct you to submit a letter of self explanation and a copy of the legal/court/board documents addressing the conviction. When your application is complete, it will be forwarded to Investigations for review. It will then be reviewed by a quorum of Board of Pharmacy members who will make the final licensing decision.
All DME vendors must have an Alaska Business License. If you also ship prescription medications directly to Alaska residents (vs. shipping to a facility), you are also required to be licensed by the Board of Pharmacy.
No. Any document that is notarized or has a board seal cannot be faxed or scanned. Submit documents via the postal mail.
Currently Alaska does not require an Out of State Wholesaler to be licensed by the Board of Pharmacy. You may, however, need an Alaska business license as well as being compliant with the regulations of your home jurisdiction. Please contact the Business Licensing Section to determine if you need a business license.
The most commonly asked questions for those applying for an Alaska Pharmacist License are answered by the Guide to Obtaining an Alaska Pharmacist License. Please refer to this first, then contact the Board of Pharmacy for further inquiries.
The following items will assure you are in compliance with regulations regarding internships and result in a smooth licensing process for your interns:
Click the orange button at the top of this page. Note the “board” abbreviation is PHA. You have to open the Click Here dialogue box if you will be entering a License Type to find the correct abbreviation.
Yes, licensing records are public documents and available to members of the public upon written request and payment of copying fees. Information considered confidential and not releasable to the general public include social security numbers and other information considered confidential by state or federal law. Your address of record is public information and is displayed on the division’s online License Search. Licensees have expressed concern that their address is so readily available. Some licensees have elected to have a post office box or practice location for their official address of record to avoid having their residential address easily accessible. Please be advised that all notices from the Board (renewal notices, licenses, and other legal documents) will be mailed to the address of record provided.
Contact the Board of Pharmacy licensing examiner for temporary permit requirements or read 12 AAC 52.100 in the Pharmacy Statutes and Regulations book.
Each blank line in Section B needs to be completed by your registrar. The number of hours of instruction includes your pre-pharmacy education. All of the following must be true to qualify for Intern licensing: Applicant has completed the third year of a five-year or six-year pharmacy curriculum; Applicant is actively pursuing completion of a pharmacy curriculum; Applicant is currently enrolled in the college.