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The Texas State Board of Pharmacy is the state agency responsible for the licensing/registration of Texas pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, and pharmacies; for establishing regulations for pharmacy practice; and for disciplining licensees and registrants. Look here for information about the Board's mission, Compact with Texans, policies and guidelines, members, staff, public information reports, statutes, meeting agendas, calendar of events and more.



Updates, News & Notices

Scam Alert Notice

The Texas State Board of Pharmacy has received reports where individuals have been contacted by a caller pretending to be an employee of the Texas State Board of Pharmacy (TSBP). The intent of these calls may be to steal information and/or money. While it is possible that staff would follow up on an application you filed with TSBP, staff does NOT request your personal information in unsolicited phone calls. TSBP will NEVER request money or bank account information in a phone call. You may report information on telephone scammers to the Texas OAG.
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New Certificate Printing Process

The Texas State Board of Pharmacy allows pharmacists, preceptors, interns, technicians, and technician trainees to print a free copy of the initial and renewal license/registration certificates
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TxPMP.org

Learn more about how the Texas Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) can help keep Texans safe via this new PMP resource site created in partnership with Texas Health and Human Services
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Texas Medical Board Releases Initial Guidance on HB 2174

The Texas Medical Board (TMB) has released a statement outlining initial guidance on House Bill 2174 regarding the "the 10-day opioid prescribing limit for accute pain."
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New Fees - Effective October 1, 2019

The Texas State Board of Pharmacy has updated its fees effective October 1, 2019
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Hemp & CBD Information

The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) has included a resource information page for consumers and retailers regarding hemp and CBD on the DSHS Hemp Program page
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