Pharmacists and pharmacy or graduate interns may obtain from the Board, certification to administer immunizations, vaccines, and, in an emergency, epinephrine and diphenhydramine to an eligible adult patient or eligible minor patient. You must have a current Arizona pharmacist or intern license to obtain certification.
Please note: Interns are not to give immunizations unless under the supervision of a licensed pharmacist who also holds a valid immunization certificate.
- New immunization applicants will require a current Arizona pharmacist or intern license, proof of completion of a training program specified in A.A.C. R4-23-411, and a current certificate in basic cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
- Renewal immunization applicants will require a current certificate in basic cardiopulmonary resuscitation, as well as 5 hours of ACPE-approved immunization related CE.
- You may submit your paperwork in person, via postal mail, via fax to (602) 771-2749, or via email to [email protected]
A.R.S. § 32-1974 (click here to read)
Pharmacists; administration of immunizations, vaccines and emergency medications; certification; reporting requirements; advisory committee; definitions
A.A.C. R4-23-411 (click here to read)
Pharmacist-administered or Pharmacy or Graduate Intern-administered Immunizations