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The Mississippi Board of Pharmacy was established by legislative action in 1920. The mission of the Board is to protect and promote the health of Mississippi citizens by regulating and controlling the practice of pharmacy and the distribution of prescription drugs and devices.

The Mississippi Board of Pharmacy is comprised of seven pharmacist members, all appointed by the Governor. They are assisted by an administrative staff headed by an Executive Director appointed by the Board.

The Mississippi Board of Pharmacy has moved to expanded facilities located at 6360 I 55 North, Suite 400, Jackson, Mississippi 39211.Telephone numbers for the new location are 601-899-8880 for the main office and fax at 601-899-8851. The Prescription Monitoring Program may be reached at 601-899-0138 and fax at 601-899-8904.​​​​​​

Current News

Mark Your Calendars! Dates Scheduled for Opioid Addiction Town Hall Meetings Happening Summer 2017 | 6/22/2017

​The Mississippi Board of Pharmacy, in partnership with the Department of Mental Health, the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics, and the Jackson Division of the FBI, are hosting multiple Opioid Town Hall Rallies throughout Mississippi to bring awareness to communities across our state about opioid abuse and what you can do to help reduce the death and destruction caused by opioid addiction.

The next Opioid Town Hall Rally will be in Hattiesburg on June 27. Additional rallies have been scheduled for the following dates: July 18 in Tupelo - August 1 in Southaven and August 15 in Columbus. For more information about upcoming Opioid Town Hall Rallies, Click Here.

Department of Mental Health Hosts Second Town Hall Meeting To Discuss Opioid Addiction | 6/8/2017

​A town hall meeting will be held on June 13 in Diamondhead, MS to address the growing impact of opioids in communities across the state. This meeting is hosted in partnership with the Department of Mental Health, the Bureau of Narcotics, the Board of Pharmacy, and the Jackson Division of the FBI. The meeting will take place at Diamondhead City Hall in the Council Chambers located at 5000 Diamondhead Circle.

For more information, Click Here.

This meeting is the second in a series of town halls that will be held throughout the state in the coming months. The town hall meetings will also share information from Governor Bryant's Opioid and Heroin Study Task Force that is expected to release recommendations later this summer.

MBP Board Meeting Summary Report: May 2017 | 5/25/2017

​The Mississippi Board of Pharmacy met on May 18, 2017 to conduct business and hold disciplinary hearings. Please click the following link MBP Board Meeting Summary Report: May 2017 to read a synopsis of the items presented or considered by the Mississippi Board of Pharmacy during their meeting.

Department of Mental Health Hosts Town Hall Meeting To Discuss Opioid Addiction | 5/12/2017

​A town hall meeting in Brandon this month will address the growing impact of opioids in communities across the state. The meeting is hosted in a partnership with the Department of Mental Health, the Bureau of Narcotics, the Board of Pharmacy, and the Jackson Division of the FBI. The meeting will be held at the Brandon Civic Center on May 23 at 6:30 p.m. For more information, Click Here.

​This meeting is just one in a series of town halls that will be held throughout the state in the coming months. The town halls will also share information from Governor Bryant's Opioid and Heroin Study Task Force that is expected to release recommendations later this summer. 

27th Annual MARP Seminar: Understanding Roadblocks To Recovery | 5/11/2017

​The 27th Annual MARP Seminar presented by The Mississippi Association of Recovering Pharmacists (MARP) will be held August 19-20, 2017 at the Trotter Convention Center in Columbus, MS. For more information about this event, Click Here.

As a reminder, each newly licensed pharmacist, effective May 1, 2013, in the State of Mississippi is required to attend a MARP sponsored seminar consisting of a minimum of 6 continuing education contact hours once during his/her first 5 years of licensure. This requirement will only apply to Mississippi licensed Pharmacists who actively engage in the practice of pharmacy in the State of Mississippi. For more information on this requirement, Click Here.
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