Georgia Office-use Compounding Pharmacies Must Be Federally Licensed

 

The State of Georgia now requires pharmacies that engage in compounding drugs for Office Use to be licensed with the FDA as such. 

The Georgia Drugs & Narcotics Agency recently issued a statement noting the requirement that all state-licensed pharmacies that engage in compounding drugs for Office Use must be registered with the FDA as a 503(b) compounding entity. Whereas previous Georgia law allowed for the compounding of drugs for Office Use without a license, the State is now enforcing federal regulations governing the matter.

Information regarding 503(b) Compounding Facilities is available on the FDA website. 

 
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