In response to a proclamation of disaster emergency or in the event of a natural or man-made disaster, fire, or other occurrence which results in sufficient damage to a pharmacy location as to render it unsafe to operate, a pharmacy may relocate to a temporary or mobile location only in compliance with 657 Iowa Administrative Code 8.35(10). Within one business day of the damage to the pharmacy rendering it unsafe, the pharmacy shall provide notice to the Board of its intent to temporarily relocate pharmacy operations.
Please provide the following information and a Board compliance officer will be notified for follow up. An onsite inspection of the temporary or mobile location will be conducted within five (5) business days of the relocation.
A pharmacy may operate from the temporary or mobile location for no more than six (6) months. If the pharmacy is not able to return to the original licensed location within six (6) months, the pharmacy shall submit an application and fee pursuant to paragraph 8.35(6)”b” prior to the expiration of the six-month temporary relocation period.
The pharmacy shall notify the Board (form available on the Board’s website) of its intent to return pharmacy operations to the original licensed location at least five (5) business days in advance of its return. A Board compliance officer will conduct an onsite inspection of the original licensed location prior to the return of pharmacy operations.
Below you will be requested to identify your assigned compliance officer. If you do not know who your compliance officer is please use this link to identify the compliance officer for your territory.