Terminal Distributor (TDDD) Licenses

A Terminal Distributor of Dangerous Drugs (TDDD) is a person (individual, partnership, association, limited liability company, corporation or government agency) who is engaged in the sale of dangerous drugs at retail, or any person, other than a wholesale distributor or a pharmacist, who has possession, custody, or control of dangerous drugs for any purpose other than for that person’s own use and consumption.

Sites licensed as TDDDs include, but are not limited to, pharmacies, hospitals, nursing homes, emergency medical service organizations, laboratories and all other locations that procure dangerous drugs for sale or other distribution by or under the supervision of a pharmacist or licensed health professional authorized to prescribe drugs.


eLICENSE GUIDES

On April 23, 2018, the Board of Pharmacy transitioned to a new licensing system, eLicense Ohio. To access information on an existing license or to apply for a new license, visit: https://elicense.ohio.gov.

To assist licensees in using the new system, the Board created several eLicense guides that can be accessed below.


General Information


Renewal Information


Forms

General

Emergency Medical Services

Limited License

Medical Gases

Nonresident Pharmacy

Office-Based Opioid Treatment (OBOT)

Pain Management Clinic (PMC)


Applications

To access information on an existing license or to apply for a new license, visit: https://elicense.ohio.gov.


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Contact Us

If you have any questions, please call the Board's licensing department at 614-466-4143 or use the contact page to send an e-mail.