Complaint FAQ | How does the Agency discipline a pharmacist or pharmacy?
The Board of Pharmacy may reprimand, suspend, revoke, retire, or fine the license of a pharmacist or pharmacy that is found to have violated pharmacy or drug laws. In taking action against a licensee, the agency must comply with the provisions of the Texas Administrative Procedures Act. During disciplinary proceedings, licensees may be represented by an attorney, and they have an opportunity to show their compliance with the law. Once action has been taken against the licensee by the Agency, the licensee has the right to appeal the action to state courts.