Due to the state of emergency, Governor Baker and Commissioner Bharel have issued the following orders that may affect your licensing:
Apply for a pharmacist license using the Professional Credential Services (PCS) web portal. This is not the application for pharmacy technicians or interns.
Learn how to apply for a nuclear pharmacist license.
You can check the status of a health profession license, permit, certification, or Massachusetts Controlled Substances Registration (MCSR) online.
Do you need to renew your pharmacist or nuclear pharmacist license? You can do it online right here.
If you are a pharmacist, pharmacy technician, pharmacy intern, or pharmacy facility, you can use these steps to request a name change, address change, and/or a duplicate license.
If your Pharmacist or Pharmacy Technician license has been expired beyond 1 renewal cycle (more than 2 years after expiration date), you can petition to have it reactivated. This doesn't apply to licenses that have been suspended or revoked by the Board.
After a license surrender, suspension, revocation, or rescission, you can petition to have your license reinstated.
Pharmacists can petition the Board to request their licenses be placed on retired status. A retired status is a non-disciplinary status.
If you require accommodations for your pharmacy licensing exams, you can request them here.
You may need a certified statement of licensure from one of the health profession Boards of Registration to obtain licensure in another state.