Pharmaceutical Wholesale Dealers License in Kenya. The completed application form together with the relevant documents indicated in the checklist should be submitted in person to the Registrar, Pharmacy & Poisons Board offices.
Upon submission of the application documents, the applicant shall pay a non- refundable application fees as stipulated in the guidelines for issuance of Wholesale Dealers License or as may be prescribed by the Board. http://pharmacyboardkenya.org/downloads/?file=premises_guidelines.pdf Any premise for a pharmacist shall be registered as either retail or wholesale business but NOT as both. Where a person wishes to carry out retail and wholesale business then the person shall lodge an application for registration of different sets of premises and each set must have a designated superintendent.
The premises registration automatically expires on the 31st day of December in the year it is issued and, if not renewed, the
registration shall become void.
- The completed application form together with the relevant documents indicated in the checklist should be submitted in person to the Registrar, Pharmacy & Poisons Board offices.
- Upon submission of the application documents, the applicant shall pay a non- refundable application fees as stipulated in the guidelines for issuance of Wholesale Dealers License or as may be prescribed by the Board.
- Upon receipt of the duly filled application forms and documents, the same will be evaluated and the applicant advised in writing on whether the application was successful or not within 1 Month.
- Pharmacist registration
- Degree certificate
- A.G. Certificate
- Articles of Association
- Copy of Pharmacists I.D
- A copy of previous annual practice license for the pharmacist plus clearance from PSK
- Non-Kenyans to attach current work permit
- A copy of previous wholesaler dealers license and premise license
Office Locations & Contacts
The RegistrarPharmacy and Poisons Board
Lenana Road Opp. DOD
P.O. Box 27663 00506
+254 702 475 824 (8am-5pm) Online Licensing
+254 702 475 845 (8am-5pm) Online Licensing
+254 702 475 837 (8am-5pm) Online Licensing
+254 702 475 842 (8am-5pm) Online Licensing
+254 702 475 801 (8am-5pm) Online Licensing
+254 20 3562107 General Line
+254 720 608811 General Line
+254 733 884411 General Line
General Enquiries: email@example.com
Pharmacy Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Report a Medicine Problem: email@example.com
Any person intending to carry out the business as a wholesale dealer in pharmaceuticals
Fees Pharmaceutical Wholesale
Wholesale dealers license – Kshs. 5000
The Wholesale Dealers License automatically expires on 31st day of December in the year it is issued.
An application for registration of premises should be made in writing and upon completion of the prescribed forms. The duly completed application forms are to be submitted accompanied by the documents prescribed in these guidelines (see the checklists) or any other documents as may be deemed necessary or as may be prescribed by the Board.
Application forms are available at the Pharmacy and Poisons Board offices along Lenana Road in Nairobi. The forms can be obtained, free of charge, from the Pharmaceutical Inspectorate Department.
In addition to the information and documentation provided by the applicant, the Pharmacy and Poisons Board may conduct or cause to be conducted a search of the records kept by the Registrar of Companies to verify the registered owners of any establishment/business making an application for or Wholesale Dealers License.
Required Information – Pharmaceutical Wholesale
- Applicants name
- Reg. No
- Email address
- Cell phone No
- ID/passport/alien ID No
- Premise name & address
- Premise location, county, town, road and building
- Signature of the applicant
- Other professionals working in this premise
Need for the Document
A person intending to carry out the business as a wholesale dealer in pharmaceuticals is required to apply for and obtain a valid Wholesale Dealers License from the Pharmacy and Poisons Board.
Information which might help
In the case of an unsuccessful application, the applicant will be given further opportunity to revise and comply.
Where the applicant is able to revise the application and comply with the requirements a licence will be issued: otherwise the premises shall remain unregistered and the file will be closed after about 6 months from the date of initial application.
External Links – Pharmaceutical Wholesale
Wholesale Dealers License
Guidelines for issuance of Wholesale Dealers License
Pharmacy and Poisons Board, Kenya
Pharmacy and Poisons Act
The Pharmacy and Poisons Board is the Drug Regulatory Authority established under the Pharmacy and Poisons Act, Chapter 244 of the Laws of Kenya.
The Board regulates the Practice of Pharmacy and the Manufacture and Trade in drugs and poisons.
The Board aims to implement the appropriate regulatory measures to achieve the highest standards of safety, efficacy and quality for all drugs, chemical substances and medical devices, locally manufactured, imported, exported, distributed, sold, or used, to ensure the protection of the consumer as envisaged by the laws regulating drugs in force in Kenya.
Functions of Pharmacy and Poisons Board
- Product Registration
- Pharmacy Practice
- Manufacturing Services
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