(1) Every prison
clinic pharmacy, wherever located within the State of Georgia must be licensed
by the Georgia State Board of Pharmacy ("Board") in accordance with the laws
and regulations of this State. All prison clinic pharmacies shall renew
biennially by June 30th of the odd-numbered years with the Georgia State Board
of Pharmacy; certificates of registration shall be issued only to those prison
clinic pharmacies as follows:
Minimum Required Information for Licensure: The Board requires the following
information from each prison clinic pharmacy as part of the initial licensing
procedure and as part of any renewal of such license.
(a) The name, full business address, and
telephone number of the licensee;
(b) All trade or business names used by the
(c) Address, telephone
numbers, and the name(s) of the Prison Clinic Administrator;
(d) The type of ownership or operations
(i.e., partnership, corporation, or sole proprietorship); and
The name(s) of the owner and/or operator
of the licensee, including;
1. If a person,
the name of the person;
2. If a
partnership, the name of each partner, and the name of the
3. If a sole
proprietorship, the full name of the sole proprietorship and the name of the
4. If a
corporation, the name and title of each corporate officer and director, the
corporate names and the name of the State of incorporation; and the name of the
parent company, if any.
(f) Where operations are conducted at more
than one location by a single prison clinic pharmacy, each such location shall
be licensed by the Board.
Administration of Applications for
(a) Registration of a prison clinic
pharmacy will be considered on the basis of the application filed with the
Board, fee paid, and a report from the Director of the Georgia Drugs and
Narcotics Agency (GDNA) certifying the applicant possesses the necessary
qualifications for a license.
Application fees shall not be refundable.
(c) Licenses become null and void upon the
sale, transfer or change of mode of operation or location of the
(d) Licenses are renewed
for two years periods and expire on June 30th of each odd numbered year and may
be renewed upon the payment of the required fee for each place of business and
the filing of an application for renewal. If the application for renewal is not
made and the fee paid before September 1st, of the odd numbered year, the
license shall lapse and shall not be renewed. An application for reinstatement
shall be required. Reinstatement shall be at the sole discretion of the
(e) Changes in any
information in this section shall be submitted to the Board prior to such
The Board will consider
the following factors in determining eligibility for licensure for person(s) in
charge of the facility and are applying for a prison clinic pharmacy:
1. Any convictions of the applicant under any
Federal, State, or local laws relating to drug samples, wholesale or retail
drug distribution, or distribution of controlled substances;
2. Any felony convictions of the applicant
under Federal, State, or local laws;
3. The furnishing by the applicant of false
or fraudulent material in any application made in connection with drug
manufacturing or distribution;
Suspension or revocation by Federal, State, or local government of any license
currently or previously held by the applicant.
5. Compliance with licensing requirements
under previously granted licenses, if any;
6. Compliance with requirements to maintain
and/or make available to the State Licensing Authority or to Federal, State, or
local law enforcement officials, those records required to be maintained prison
clinic pharmacies; and
factors or qualifications the Board considered relevant to and consistent with
the public health and safety. 8. The Board reserves the right to deny a license
to an applicant if it determines that the granting of such a license would not
be in the best interest of the public.
Ga. Comp. R. & Regs.
Original Rule entitled
"Registration" adopted. F. Dec. 27, 1985;
eff. Jan. 16, 1986.
Repealed: New Rule, same title adopted. F.
Sept. 28, 2001; eff.
Oct. 18, 2001.
Amended: F. June 29,
2015; eff. July 19, 2015.