The New Mexico Board of Pharmacy regulates the pharmaceutical industry that includes licensing pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, pharmacist interns, pharmacies, hospitals, nursing homes, public health clinics, drug research facilities and boarding homes. The Board also educates the public about the proper use of prescription medications.
The Board of Pharmacy investigates complaints dealing with misfilled prescriptions; controlled substance thefts; dispensing adulterated and unapproved drugs; failure to properly communicate side effects of prescription medications to patients; and other violations dealing with unprofessional conduct.
The Board administers and enforces the Pharmacy Act, the Drug Device and Cosmetic Act, the Controlled Substance Act, the Drug Precursor Act, and the Drug Product Selection Act.
To visit the Board of Pharmacy Web Site please open (click) the "Individual Boards and Commissions" button in the left column then, scroll down to the "Pharmacy" option and select it. Please select your option from the drop down menu.
NM Prescription Monitoring Program
IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING YOUR CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE REGISTRATION AND PRESCRIBING CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES
New Mexico Board of Pharmacy Offices
5200 Oakland NE Suite A
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87113
(505) 222-9845 Fax
(800) 565-9102 Toll Free
E-mail the Board of Pharmacy
After Hours Emergencies
Diversion/On-Call Inspector: 505-469-5641
Larry Loring, R.Ph., Executive Director/Chief Drug Inspector
Carl Flansbaum, R.Ph., PMP Director
Maria Gonzales, PMP Manager
Ben Kesner, R.Ph., Inspector
Kris Mossberg, R.Ph., Inspector
Adela Padilla, R.Ph., Inspector
Bobby Padilla, R.Ph., Inspector
Sarah Trujillo, Licensing Manager
Rocio Cruz-Tapia, Licensing Clerk
Cynthia McCormick, Financial Administrator III
Debra Wilhite, Administrative Secretary
Jessica Chavez-Lance, Administrative Assistant
Memo - Nonresident Pharmacies Sterile Compounding