North Carolina Board of Pharmacy
2022 Calendar of Events


INFORMATION CONCERNING BOARD OF PHARMACY PERMIT MEETINGS.  Consistent with recommendations from public health authorities and Governor Cooper’s declared state of emergency responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Board of Pharmacy's biweekly permit meetings are cancelled until further notice.
The Governor's emergency declaration, however, also triggered operation of the Board's Emergency Services Waiver order.  That order authorizes the Board's executive director to make case-by-case waivers of Pharmacy Practice Act requirements to preserve the public safety, health, and welfare during a state of emergency. Accordingly, the Board's Executive Director has waived 21 NCAC 46.1606, which requires that the pharmacist-manager of an applicant pharmacy or the person in charge of a facility applying for a device and medical equipment permit to appear personally at the Board office prior to issuing a permit.

This waiver is limited to pharmacy or DME permit applicants that are notified by Board licensing staff of their eligibility to attend a permit meeting.  Permit applicants eligible to attend have already been notified.  Every two weeks, newly eligible permit applicants will be notified by e-mail.  If you have a question concerning the status of your permit application, please call or email Board licensing staff.  Do not travel to the Board office for permit meetings or to inquire about application status.



July 2022

July 11 and July 18: Pharmacy and DME Permits Issued

July 26: Board Meeting 10am. Agenda found here.



August 2022

August 1 and August 15: Pharmacy and DME Permits Issued



September 2022

September 12 and September 19: Pharmacy and DME Permits Issued

September 13: Board Meeting 10am



October 2022

October 3 and October 17: Pharmacy and DME Permits Issued



November 2022

November 7 and November 14: Pharmacy and DME Permits Issued

November 15: Board Meeting 10am



December 2022

December 5 and December 19: Pharmacy and DME Permits Issued



The NC Board of Pharmacy office is closed for normal state holidays.