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At the June 28, 2017 meeting of the Iowa Board of Pharmacy (Board), the following public actions were taken:

Walgreens, Pharmacy, the Board filed a Notice of Hearing and Statement of Charges, charging the pharmacy with improper storage of drugs, failure to remove expired drugs from dispensing stock, and failure to comply with USP chapter 795. A hearing is scheduled for August 29, 2017.

Mark Vogt, Pharmacist, the Board filed a Notice of Hearing and Statement of Charges, charging the pharmacist with failure to timely submit application for license changes, failure to complete inventory upon change in ownership, misrepresentative deeds, and inadequate storage of pharmacy records. A hearing is scheduled for August 29, 2017.

Peterson Drug, Pharmacy, the Board filed a Notice of Hearing and Statement of Charges, charging the pharmacy with failure to timely submit application for license changes, failure to complete inventory upon change in ownership, and inadequate storage of pharmacy records.  A hearing is scheduled for August 29, 2017.

Martha Morin, Pharmacist, the Board filed a Notice of Hearing and Statement of Charges, charging the pharmacist with violating the duties of pharmacist in charge. A hearing is scheduled for August 29, 2017.

Thorson Drug, Pharmacy, the Board filed a Notice of Hearing, Statement of Charges, and Order to Show Cause charging the pharmacy with failure to establish and maintain effective controls against theft or diversion, failure to timely report theft or loss, and failure to properly maintain records for controlled substances. A hearing is scheduled for August 29, 2017.

Michael Barger, Physicians Assistant, entered into a Settlement Agreement and Final Order reinstating his Controlled Substance Act Registration with restrictions and a citation and warning.

Osceola Community Hospital, Inc, Pharmacy, entered into a Combined Statement of Charges, Settlement Agreement, and Final Order with a citation and warning and is indefinitely restricted from sterile compounding except for immediate-use until passing inspection resolving the charge of failure to comply with USP chapter 797.

Weeks & Leo, Wholesaler, entered into a Combined Statement of Charges, Settlement Agreement, and Final Order to Voluntarily Surrender its license resolving charges of unauthorized distribution, operating without a current license, failure to perform annual inventory, inadequate security, and incomplete receipt and disbursement records.