“Which states require Nonresident PIC licensing?”
Which states require a nonresident pharmacy’s Pharmacist-in-Charge (“PIC”) to be licensed through that state’s Board of Pharmacy?
Currently, the following states require a nonresident pharmacy PIC to be licensed in their state: Alabama, Arkansas, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia. Certain states including Iowa and Idaho do not require full state licensure but still require nonresident PICs to register with the Board.
You can get a quote by submitting a request or by calling (800) 292-0909.