We are passionately
Committed to Recovery
Our primary objective is treatment and recovery. Treatment and recovery decisions and actions by the recovering pharmacist or student pharmacist are not reported to the Oklahoma State Board of Pharmacy (OSBP) or Academic Dean through cooperatively working with OPHP. In the event of a prolonged relapse, our contract with the pharmacist or student pharmacist is terminated and we are mandated to notify the OSBP or Academic Dean.
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How I Became a Professional
Became a licensed Doctor of Pharmacy and transferred to a store in Oklahoma City, OK.
What to Expect
First, a call must be made to OPHP (1-800-260-7574). If there are indications of impairment during the call, OPHP will arrange a professional evaluation immediately. If treatment is deemed necessary, OPHP will provide the individual with a list of OPHP approved treatment facilities. OPHP maintains contact both during and after treatment to assist when necessary and will monitor the recovery period.
A recovery agreement is put into effect to allow OPHP to assist in the recovery process. Once that agreement expires and there are no other impairment issues, the case will be closed. If impairment recurs, the process will be repeated.
Are anonymous calls accepted? No. The caller must identify him or herself and give specific reasons for suspecting that impairment exists. This procedure serves to minimize the possibility of crank calls, and in the event, additional information is needed from the caller. The caller’s name will remain confidential in all circumstances.