Do Pharmacy Technicians get regulated in New Hampshire?
Yes, Pharmacy Technicians do get regulated in New Hampshire.
Is certification required for one to practice as a Pharmacy Technician in New Hampshire?
No, certification is not a requirement in New Hampshire to practice as a Pharmacy technician.
What are the approved certification exams required by the State Board of Pharmacy in New Hampshire?
The approved certification exams include PTCB (PTCE) and/or ICPT (ExCPT).
When is registration required for Pharmacy Technician?
Pharmacy Technician must apply and receive registration prior to employment.
Is Pharmacy Technician licensure required in New Hampshire?
Yes, a license is required by the New Hampshire State Board of Pharmacy to practice as a pharmacy technician in their area.
What should I do to become a License Pharmacy Technician?
Is training required for Pharmacy Technicians in New Hampshire?
Yes, training is required for pharmacy technicians and will be supervised by the pharmacist–in-charge. A record of the training must be kept in the pharmacy.
Are Pharmacy Technicians required to have a Continuing Education or CE?
No, pharmacy technicians are not required by the New Hampshire State Board of Pharmacy to have continuing education.
How often is the Pharmacy Technician License renewal required?
Licenses for pharmacy technician expire March 31 and must be renewed annually. The renewal fee is $25. To get an application, you may contact the pharmacy board by email at email@example.com or call 603-271-2350.
What must be done if I change jobs or change my home address?
Change in address or job must be reported to the New Hampshire State Board of Pharmacy within 15 days in writing via email (firstname.lastname@example.org), mail or fax.
Other New Hampshire Pharmacy Technician requirements to keep in mind:
State of New Hampshire Board of Pharmacy
Office: 57 Regional Drive. Concord, NH 03301
Telephone: 603-271-2350 Fax: 603-271-2856
Professional Association for New Hampshire Pharm Techs:
New Hampshire Pharmacists Association