New York Physician Dispensing Laws & Regulations
Note: PharmaLink has compiled the information below for reference only. State dispensing regulations change frequently and we recommend consulting an attorney or your state medical or pharmacy board with specific questions or to verify your eligibility to dispense.
Physician dispensing is limited to no more than a 72-hour supply except for certain specific exceptions. As such, very few physicians dispense in New York state.
Most states have exceptions for physicians in rural locations or in specific situations, and many states also allow physicians to carry items administered in the physician’s office (e.g. injections). If you think you may fit into one of the exceptions in New York, please contact us today and a representative will get in touch with you as soon as possible.
Please also check out PharmaLink’s Inventory Management solution, which is available even where dispensing is not allowed.