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State Board Of Pharmacy
Mary K. Walker, Executive Director
1712 Carey Avenue, Ste 200
Cheyenne, WY 82002
Email: bop@wyo.gov

Phone: (307) 634-9636
Fax: (307) 634-6335
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Controlled Substance License Renewal, 2014

Controlled Substance Registration Renewal 2014 to 2016. You will have to create a new password and log in. Click here to the new online renewal site.


The Wyoming prescription drug monitoring program is now online and available 24/7 for prescribers and pharmacists to access reports. Register at WORXPDMP.com


OUR MISSION:


The Board of Pharmacy is that State agency charged with the responsibility of protecting the health and welfare of the residents of Wyoming regarding pharmaceutical services.

The Board:
  • regulates the practice of pharmacy in the State of Wyoming. This includes licensing of pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, and resident and nonresident pharmacies. The Board licenses/registers all manufacturers, distributors, and wholesalers that ship prescription drugs into, out of, or within the State of Wyoming. All practitioners with statutory authority to administer or prescribe controlled substances, as well as pharmacies, manufacturers, distributors, or wholesalers who dispense or distribute controlled substances in Wyoming, must also be registered with the Board;

  • has the authority to promulgate Rules and Regulations, as authorized under the Wyoming Pharmacy Act and the Wyoming Controlled Substance Act;

  • inspects all resident pharmacies, manufacturers, distributors, and wholesalers to verify compliance with existing laws administered by the Board;

  • investigates all consumer complaints regarding the practice of pharmacy in the State of Wyoming. If the complaint can be validated, and is within the purview of the Wyoming State Board of Pharmacy, the Board will take administrative action against the licensee/registrant;

  • has the authority to revoke, suspend, or issue a letter of admonition and/or assess an administrative penalty against a licensee/registrant if a violation of the Wyoming Pharmacy Act or Wyoming Controlled Substance Act, or their respective Rules and Regulations, are affirmed in an administrative hearing. The Board will proceed with administrative sanctions against a licensee/registrant through investigations initiated by the Board office or by consumer complaints.