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Chapter 480-29 PHARMACY PERMITS FOR COLLEGES OF PHARMACY

Rule 480-29-.01 Definitions

For purposes of these Rules and Regulations, the following definitions apply:

(a) College of Pharmacy. A school or college of pharmacy located in the State of Georgia and accredited by the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education.
(b) Pharmacy Permit. A permit which is issued by the Georgia State Board of Pharmacy to a pharmacy located within and owned and operated by a college of pharmacy.

Rule 480-29-.02 Permits Issued to Pharmacies Operated by Colleges of Pharmacy

(1) A pharmacy located within and owned and operated by a college of pharmacy may apply to the Board for a pharmacy permit in order to purchase, receive, possess, and dispose of drugs utilized solely for educational and research purposes.
(2) An applicant for a pharmacy permit for a college of pharmacy shall complete an application on forms to be provided by the Board. The application shall include the name of a Director of Pharmacy, who shall be responsible for maintaining accurate records regarding the purchase, receipt, possession, and disposal of drugs utilized for educational and research purposes. Applications must be filed with the Board with the required fee every two years.
(3) A pharmacy owned and operated by a college of pharmacy shall be inspected by the Board or its designated agent prior to the issuance of a permit.

Rule 480-29-.03 Director of Pharmacy

Each pharmacy owned and operated by a college of pharmacy shall be directed by a pharmacist, hereinafter referred to as the Director of Pharmacy, who is licensed to engage in the practice of pharmacy in this state and who is knowledgeable and thoroughly familiar with the specialized functions of a pharmacy owned and operated by the college of pharmacy for educational and research purposes. The Director of Pharmacy shall be responsible for maintaining accurate records regarding the purchase, receipt, possession, and disposal of drugs for educational or research purposes.

Rule 480-29-.04 Requirements of Holders of Pharmacy Permits for a College of Pharmacy

(1) Except as provided herein, the holder of a pharmacy permit for a college of pharmacy shall be exempt from requirements otherwise applicable to pharmacies, including but not limited to those contained in Chapter 480-10 of these Rules and Regulations.
(2) The holder of a pharmacy permit for a college of pharmacy shall not engage in the sale or dispensing of drugs.
(3) The Director of Pharmacy shall be responsible for the security and proper storage of all controlled substances and dangerous drugs and shall exercise diligent care in protecting such drugs from loss or theft.
(4) The holder of a pharmacy permit for a college of pharmacy shall comply with all applicable federal laws and regulations regarding the handling of controlled substances.
(5) The Director of Pharmacy shall prepare a policy and procedure manual with respect to the purchase, receipt, possession, and disposal of drugs and their proper security. The Director of Pharmacy shall make the manual, as well as any other records maintained by the pharmacy owned and operated by the college of pharmacy, available for inspection, copying, or examination by agents of the Board.
(6) A pharmacy owned and operated by a college of pharmacy may be inspected at the discretion of the Board to ensure the continued compliance with applicable law and these rules and regulations.