FAQs Office Location:
4201 Patterson Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21215
 
(410) 764-4755  or (800) 542-4964 (Maryland Only) 
(800) 735-2258 TTY for the Deaf 


April 30, 2021 Board of Pharmacy Vacancies:

Acute Care

At Large Seat

Independent Seat


Please contact Kim Bennardi at kim.bennardi@maryland.gov for more information.


 
 
CJIS Criminal Background Processing Locations
There are over 125 Private Providers in Maryland that conduct CJIS fingerprinting services. Please visit the Maryland Public Safety and Correctional Services website, for a list of locations that can be used to have fingerprints processed: 
 

 
Pearson Vue Testing sites operating this month in 4 Maryland locations and Remote Option for MPJE exam

 
AMENDED MDH ORDERS AND GUIDANCE
 
 
 


 

COVID-19 Maryland Board of Pharmacy Guidance and Announcements

 

   


 

 
   
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Maryland Board of Pharmacy

4201 Patterson Ave.

Baltimore MD, 21215

Phone: 410.764.4755

Email: MDH.MDBOP@maryland.gov 

Customer Service Call Center Hours
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM

 

 

NOTICE TO BOARD LICENSEES
EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY
 
COVID-19 elevated level II status has been declared in Maryland, which has resulted in a policy being established that prohibits visiting members of the public or licensees from entering the building located at 4201 Patterson Avenue.  For all inquiries please contact the Board of Pharmacy by phone at  (410) 764-4755  or (800) 542-4964 (Maryland Only) , or (800) 735-2258 TTY for the Deaf  or email at 
   
MDH.MDBOP@maryland.gov    

  
   
The Board of Pharmacy will be closed on
Monday January 18, 2021 in observance of Martin Luther King Day

 
Please be advised that the Board of Pharmacy January 20, 2021, the board meeting will  be conducted by teleconference.  The meeting will occur at the usual time of 9:30 AM.  The conferencing information you will need to join the meeting is as follows:
1-877-521-8687
Conference ID: 9060042
 

Please click above for latest Agenda when available.


 
  


 

 


Future Board Meeting Dates

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