Special Sterile Compounding Pharmacy Permit Information

Posted in Latest News on August 26, 2013.

The Florida Board of Pharmacy is developing a new application which will be required for certain pharmacies who will engage in the preparation of compounding sterile products. The application is not yet available. You are not required to apply until Rule 64B16-28.100, Florida Administrative Code, is finalized and adopted to include the new form DH-MQA 1270.

All permitees, with the exception of stand alone Special Parenteral/Enteral and Special Parenteral/Enteral Extended Scope, that are currently compounding sterile products are required to submit this application and will be issued a new Special Sterile Compounding permit number (in addition to your usual pharmacy permit).

This website will be updated with information and instructions on how and when to submit your application.

Those applying for this permit will be required to submit information from current policies and procedures which will be reviewed before an inspection is requested.

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