MISSION STATEMENT

 

The mission of the Wyoming State Board of Pharmacy is to promote and protect the health and safety 

of the public by regulating the practice of pharmacy.

Late renewals can be completed online

RENEWALS CANNOT BE DONE VIA FAX or PHONE CALL


Licenses                                                                                                    How to renew

 

Controlled Substances Registrations                                                                 Online, mail

Check your certificate to see if your registration is due this year


Instructions, Law Changes

 

Non-Resident Pharmacies                                                                                 Online, mail

Wholesale Distributors                                                                                       Online, mail




Recent Announcements

  • Practitioner Required WORx Registration New Practitioner Worx PDMP Required Registration   ·         New legislative language (SF0083) requires all practitioners to register for WORx at worxpdmp.com.  This is something that can be done today and practitioners ...
    Posted Jul 6, 2018, 3:14 PM by Carmen Orla
  • Shingles vaccine You can now administer the Shingrix vaccine, as prescribing and administering of a zoster vaccine is within the pharmacist’s scope of practice. According to current Wyoming law, there is ...
    Posted Feb 20, 2018, 12:15 PM by Carmen Orla
  • Recent Pharmacy Robberies Recent pharmacy robberies have been reported in Torrington, Douglas, Thayne and Sundance.  It appears that independently owned pharmacies are being targeted.  You may wish to increase your security and provide ...
    Posted Jan 26, 2018, 12:25 PM by Carmen Orla
  • Naloxone The Emergency Administration of Opiate Antagonist Act was passed in 2017. It allows a pharmacist to prescribe and dispense an opiate antagonist (naloxone) to a person at risk of experiencing ...
    Posted Nov 17, 2017, 12:55 PM by Carmen Orla
  • New Laws Recently revised rules and regulations signed by Governor Mead in May 2017 include Chapters 4, 6, 7, and 8 under the WY Controlled Substances Act and Chapters 1, 15, 16 ...
    Posted Jan 17, 2018, 12:36 PM by Carmen Orla
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