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Chapter 480-1 ORGANIZATION

Rule 480-1-.01 Organization of the Board

The Georgia State Board of Pharmacy consists of eight (8) members who are commissioned by the Governor. The public may obtain information from the Board, and make submissions and requests to the Board by contacting the Executive Director of the State Board of Pharmacy at the Department of Community Health, 2 Peachtree Street, S.W., 6th Floor, Atlanta, Georgia 30303.

Rule 480-1-.02 Executive Director

(1) The Board may appoint by a majority vote a person to serve as Executive Director of the Board who shall serve at the pleasure of the Board. Such appointment must be approved by the Board of Community Health.
(2) The Executive Director shall be vested with the following powers:
(a) To hire such personnel as the Board approve and deems necessary to carry out its function, and with Board approval, to appoint professional qualified persons to serve as members of peer review committees;
(b) To issue subpoenas to compel access to documents or other materials related to the fitness of any licensee, registrant, or applicant to practice or where reasonable grounds exist for the belief that a violation of the laws relating to the practice of pharmacy has taken place;
(c) To issue subpoenas for witnesses and documentary evidence, upon approval of the President of the Board, or in his absence, the Vice President.
(d) To issue notices of hearing with the approval of the Board;
(e) With the approval of the Board, enter into contracts as are deemed necessary to carry out this chapter to provide for all services required of the Board;
(f) To act as the custodian of records for the Board; and
(g) To accept service of civil actions and administrative appeals on behalf of the Board.
(3) In the absence of the Executive Director, the Director of the Georgia Drugs and Narcotic Agency shall serve as the Assistant Executive Director and shall have all the powers of the Executive Director.