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Please contact the Board office for reinstatement of a canceled license. 
[OAC 535:1-11-5(5)]
 

ON-LINE RENEWAL is available from the Home Page. Licenses renewed online are immediate and cards are printed by the pharmacist at the end of the process.
ON-LINE HELP DESK:  800-955-3468 or 405-524-3468

Pharmacists who choose to mail a PAPER RENEWAL (below) should allow a MINIMUM OF TWO WEEKS from date of receipt for their license to be processed & mailed by the Board. 

 [see OSBP License Renewal page for on-line renewal]

 

       Additional specialized permits:

       Duplicate certificates:

  • Application for Duplicate Pharmacist Certificate   [if lost, destroyed or name change]
    • The above application is for the "big" wall certificate. 
    • Lost "renewal cards" can be replaced by sending a written request for a duplicate renewal card and a $10 fee to the Board office or if you completed your annual renewal online, you may log-in to the OSBP License Renewal page and print another renewal receipt.
  • Application for Doctor of Pharmacy  (D.Ph.) Certificate
    • Optional for pharmacists who currently have a Registered Pharmacist (R.Ph.) certificate

       Licensure Information:

       Other forms:

IMPORTANT:  Updates to registrant records such as expiration dates, name changes and additional permits (i.e. preceptor, immunization) are updated on the Board's license verification page nightly after 7 pm.  Please remember to allow at least two weeks for paper applications to be processed.  Online renewals should allow 24 hrs for the new expiration date to appear.

 

 

Last Modified on 10/02/2014
Frequently Asked Questions

Q: I have a tax hold on my license. What does that mean?
A: The Oklahoma Tax Commission places a "tax hold" on pharmacists who are not in compliance with state income tax laws. The Board cannot process any application that has a hold. Call 405-522-6800 to get your hold released.

Q: I'm a new graduate who has recently taken the NAPLEX and MPJE exam. When can I begin working as a pharmacist?
A: You cannot practice pharmacy in Oklahoma until you have received an official letter of registration from the Board. You should receive your scores and registration letter within 15 WORKING DAYS from the date of your last exam. Website verification is not an official certificate of registration.

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