Pharmacist / Intern - Do Not Use for Renewal

Payment Types Accepted

As of July 1, 2011: ONLY Cashier’s Checks or Money Orders will be accepted. NO Cash or Personal Checks will be accepted. Should an application be received on July 1 and after without the proper payment option, it will be returned. We do not accept credit cards for new applications. There are no exceptions.

Intern, Examinee, Reciprocal and Score Transfer

As of July 1, 2011 – fees will increase to $40 for an Intern and $330 for Examinee, Reciprocal and Score Transfer. Any application RECEIVED (not a postmarked date) in the board office July 1 and later will be required to pay the new fee. If an application is received at that time without the correct fee, the application will be returned. 

Reciprocal Changes - Effective July 1, 2008

As of July 1, 2008, Nevada will accept reciprocation of pharmacists licensed in all states, including California and Florida. 

Pharmacists reciprocating from California will need to have been issued a license by taking and passing the NAPLEX exam. Therefore, we can only accept California pharmacists who were licensed after January 1, 2004. There are no restrictions for pharmacists reciprocating from Florida, so all Florida pharmacists may apply.