West Virginia Code of State Rules
Title 15 - Pharmacy
15-06 - Mail-Order and Non-Resident Pharmacies
§15-6-3 - Registrations for Mail-Order Pharmacies.
§15-6-3. Registrations for Mail-Order Pharmacies.
3.1. A mail-order pharmacy shall apply for a registration for authorization to dispense prescription drugs or medicines in West Virginia. A non-resident pharmacy shall be registered in this state in the same manner as a mail-order pharmacy pursuant to this Series by issuance of a mail order registration.
3.2. A mail-order pharmacy or non-resident pharmacy shall submit the application for the registration to the West Virginia Board of Pharmacy. The application shall contain the following information:
3.2.a. The owner of the mail-order pharmacy or non-resident pharmacy, whether an individual, a partnership, or a corporation.
3.2.b. The names and titles of all individual owners, partners or corporate officers.
3.2.c. The pharmacy manager.
3.2.d. The pharmacist-in-charge.
3.2.e. The complete address, telephone number and fax number of the mail-order pharmacy or non-resident pharmacy.
3.3. The mail-order pharmacy or non-resident pharmacy shall obtain separate registrations if it operates more than one pharmacy.
3.4. The mail-order pharmacy or non-resident pharmacy shall maintain a permit, registration, or license as required by the state where located.
3.5. The pharmacist-in-charge shall certify that the mail-order pharmacy or non-resident pharmacy is in compliance with the standards of care relative to the dispensing of prescription drug orders as required by the state where located.
3.6. The pharmacist in charge shall submit the names of all pharmacists employed at the mail-order pharmacy or non-resident pharmacy.