Becoming a pharmacist in Texas requires years of training. You have an extraordinary level of responsibility – read one badly written prescription in the wrong way, your patient can be harmed. Some of you have taken on even more responsibility – you are the “Pharmacist in Charge.” The Texas State Board of Pharmacy believes it is your responsibility to have your pharmacy in compliance with every state and federal law and regulation. The Board can sanction you for something someone else did in your pharmacy – even if you were out sick or in the hospital!
If the Texas State Board of Pharmacy is investigating you, you need help. The Board acts in accordance with some complex rules – rules that only an experienced lawyer can parse and apply in your favor. I have helped other pharmacists defend their licenses. Here are some frequently asked questions:
Any other questions? Contact me through the “contact” page on this web site or e-mail me at email@example.com. If you are being investigated, it is important that you respond to the Board very quickly. Contact me now – while you are thinking about it!