No High Prescriber, unless otherwise exempted, shall operate in Pinellas County by any means without having been issued a High Prescriber permit by the Department.
- Prescription Management Renewal/Transfer Application
Updated February 2020
- Effective 12/13/21 all new/renewal applications must be submitted online.
Ordinance and Rules:
Prescription Management Administrative Rules
Pinellas County, Florida, Code of Ordinances, Chapter 86, Article V PRESCRIPTION MANAGEMENT ADMINSTRATIVE RULES
Consistent with Pinellas county code section 86-140, it has been deemed necessary by Pinellas County Justice and Consumer Services to adopt the following administrative rules: PRESCRIPTION MANAGEMENT ADMINISTRATIVE RULES: Section 86-139 (b) shall also be interpreted to include that a permit shall be transferable to another location within Pinellas County upon submission of evidence there exists an involuntary requirement upon the existing permit resulting from a condition which was not reasonable discernible during the term of the permit. (Effective 7/7/13 and repealed 9/23/14 due to Board of County Commissioners action incorporating rule into ordinance) Section 86-139 (c) shall also be interpreted to include the requirement that all prescription pads, electronic pads or any format where a prescription is created shall contain the name of the high prescribing health clinic and the high prescribing health clinic permit number. (Effective 9/6/13 and repealed 9/23/14 due to Board of County Commissioners action incorporating rule into ordinance)
Please report non-registered clinics to our Department at:
email@example.com or (727) 464-6200
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