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We protect the citizens of Georgia by enforcing the laws, rules, and regulations pertaining to controlled substances, dangerous drugs, and the practice of pharmacy.
Pharmacy staff members who wish to report fraudulent prescription activity are encouraged to document it. You can keep this form on file at the pharmacy or share a copy with a law enforcement agency.
Georgia PDMP is now managed by the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH).
On 07/07/17 Loren T. Miller, Associate Section Chief, Liaison and Policy Section, Diversion Control Division of the Dug Enforcement Administration provided the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) with the attached guidance regarding transferring and/or forwarding of controlled drug prescriptions.
Policy #14 of the Georgia Board of Pharmacy (“Board”) provides for the refills of certain medication for up to 30 days for persons in the areas covered by a State of Emergency declared by the Governor of the State of Georgia. This policy is consistent with O.C.G.A.
Looking for legal information about a particular drug? Find it in the Official Code of Georgia.