Pharmacy Rules and Laws

Pharmacy: Rules and Laws

The text of our rules is available at the official site of the New Mexico Administrative Code; or State Records Center & Archives Chapter 19-Pharmacists

Follow the links to:
Browse Compilation > Title 16 Occupational and Professional Licensing > Chapter 19 – Pharmacists

Chapter 19 – Pharmacists

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GENERAL PROVISIONS

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EXAMINATIONS

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RECIPROCITY

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PHARMACIST

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INTERNSHIP TRAINING PROGRAM

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PHARMACIES

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HOSPITAL PHARMACIES

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WHOLESALE PRESCRIPTION DRUG DISTRIBUTION

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MINIMUM STANDARDS FOR MANUFACTURERS AND REPACKAGING FIRMS

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LIMITED DRUG CLINICS

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NURSING HOME DRUG CONTROL

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FEES

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TEMPORARY BUSINESS LICENSES

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DEVICES

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DANGEROUS VETERINARY DRUGS – RETAIL DISTRIBUTION

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SAMPLE DRUG DISTRIBUTION

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DANGEROUS DRUGS

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NUCLEAR PHARMACY

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HOME CARE SERVICES

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CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES

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DRUG PRECURSORS

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SUPPORTIVE PERSONNEL

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PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY ACT – COMPLIANCE

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EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES – DANGEROUS DRUGS

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ADVERSE DRUG EVENT

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PHARMACIST PRESCRIPTIVE AUTHORITY

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DISHONORABLE CONDUCT

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SELLER OR DISPENSER OF CONTACT LENSES (EXCLUDING LICENSED OPTOMETRISTS AND PHYSICIANS)

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CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE PRESCRIPTION MONITORING PROGRAM

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COMPOUNDING OF NON-STERILE PHARMACEUTICALS

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EMERGENCY PROVISIONS

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WAIVER PROVISIONS

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TELE-PHARMACY AND REMOTE DISPENSING

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PRESCRIPTION DRUG DONATIONS

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DRUG WAREHOUSE

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COMPOUNDED STERILE PREPARATIONS

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MINIMUM STANDARDS FOR OUTSOURCING FACILITIES

Recent Changes

Click here for Recent Amendments.
Click here for Recent Statutes.

Please note: Whenever the New Mexico Board of Pharmacy changes a regulation, a period of time will pass before the regulation is posted. This is because several things must happen:

  1. The regulation must first be prepared by the Board secretary.
  2. After the regulation is prepared, the format must be approved in Santa Fe.
  3. When approved, the regulation is placed in the New Mexico Register. The Register is published twice a month.
  4. It then takes a few months for the regulation to be placed on the official record with the State Records Center. We link directly to the State Records Center.

New Mexico Drug and Pharmacy Statutes

The text of our governing statute is available at:
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NMOneSource.com

Chapter 10, Article 15 Open Meetings

Chapter 26 Drugs and Cosmetics
ARTICLE 1 General Provisions
ARTICLE 2 Drug Abuse
ARTICLE 2A Controlled Substances Therapeutic Research
ARTICLE 3 Drug Product Selection
CHAPTER 30 Criminal Offenses
ARTICLE 31 Controlled Substances
ARTICLE 31A Imitation Controlled Substances
ARTICLE 31B Drug Precursors
CHAPTER 61 Professional and Occupational Licenses
ARTICLE 1 Uniform Licensing
ARTICLE 7 Impaired Health Care Provider
ARTICLE 11 Pharmacy
ARTICLE 11A Impaired Pharmacists
ARTICLE 11B Pharmacist Prescription Authority
CHAPTER 24 Health and Safety
ARTICLE 2D Pain Relief

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