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New Jersey Prescription Blanks (NJPBs) Notice of Extension
The Division of Consumer Affairs is extending the last date to use old prescription blanks. You may use the old and new prescription blanks through September 19, 2014. Effective September 20, 2014, prescriptions must be issued only on the new prescription blanks.
If you have not already placed your orders for new prescription blanks, do so immediately. Do not delay; order your new prescription blanks today. A list of approved printer vendors is available on the Division's website at http://www.njconsumeraffairs.gov/njpb.
The new prescription blanks are being accepted. Prescriptions written on or before September 19, 2014 on the old prescription blanks will also be accepted. Effective September 20, 2014, new prescription blanks must be used.
Note: Patient prescriptions originally written on or before September 19, 2014 will be filled at a New Jersey pharmacy pursuant to the guidelines set forth in N.J.A.C. 13:39-7.3 for non-Controlled Dangerous Substances (non-CDS) and N.J.A.C. 13:45H-7.5 for Controlled Dangerous Substances (CDS).
For a list of approved printer vendors and NJPB destruction form, and important Program updates, please click here.
New Jersey's Medical Board is responsible for protecting the public's health and safety by determining qualifications of applicants for licensure, establishing standards for practice, and disciplining licensees who do not adhere to those requirements. In addition to physicians and podiatrists, the Board licenses and certifies certain other health care professionals.
On this site you will find important information for consumers, licensees, applicants, hospitals, managed care entities and other institutions. The horizontal navigation bar at the top of the page permits you to move around the site easily and without having to use the back button on your Web Browser. You can learn more about the Medical Board and its activities, read summaries of Board actions, search for licensees by name or profession, get answers to frequently asked questions and more.
- Consumers can search for a physician or learn more about their current doctor by clicking onto the New Jersey Health Care Profile link. They may file a complaint, if necessary, about a physician or podiatrist or contact a member of the Medical Board's staff to check on the status of a complaint filed previously.
- Doctors and those in the process of becoming doctors can access online applications and renewal forms and learn more about our programs, their responsibilities, and the related activities of other agencies and organizations.
- Hospitals, managed care entities and other institutions can find access to verification services.
To keep the public informed of the Board's activities, this site will be updated regularly and will post agendas, minutes, rule proposals, and licensee status.
Our goal is to ensure that the public and our licensees have access to services and information vital to the continued delivery of health care in New Jersey. We encourage you to use the site often, and we welcome your feedback.