Kansas Board of Pharmacy Customer Service Numbers

  1. Inquires: oll-Free

  2. Alternative: +1 888-792-6273

  3. Additional: (785) 231-8833

  4. Head Office Location: 800, SW Jackson, Suite 1414, Topeka, Kansas 66603, United States
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How to Order Related Detail at Kansas Board Of Pharmacy?
For Orders: The Information you are looking for regarding orders, with this regard you are suggested to see the order page of the website.

Do You Have a Complaint Against Kansas Board Of Pharmacy?
Register Complaint: The facility is available to register a complaint/grievance against Kansas Board Of Pharmacy at their portal.
Kansas Board of Pharmacy Website. Kansas Board Of Pharmacy is associated K-TRACS.

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Problem Solution: Kansas Board Of Pharmacy has provided answer to all possible quires on their web portal that covers common issues & problems, instructions, guidance, etc.

For Any Enquiry/Inquiry and Customer Service Support
Service Support: You can avail service support from Kansas Board Of Pharmacy by following the given path.

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How To Contact Kansas Board Of Pharmacy Via Message?
Contact us: You can write a text message to Kansas Board Of Pharmacy for any issue through the contact us page of www.pharmacy.ks.gov/.

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What is Kansas Board of Pharmacy in the Process of?

The Kansas Board of Pharmacy issues license to the practicing pharmacy professionals and protects the public from illicit, mislabeled and adulterated drugs and improper and illegal conduct on the part of pharmacists. It provides an Assurance of professional ability in the practice of pharmacy and investigates any illegal practice or complaints against licensed pharmacists. The State Board of Pharmacy consists of seven members including six licensed pharmacists with five years experience and one member from the General public. The State Board of Pharmacy is appointed by the Governor and operates for a term of four years. It also helps the state licensing boards in enforcing, developing and implementing reliable standards relating to pharmacies and registers nearly 16,000 pharmacists and entities after completing various formalities.