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1. New Practising Certificate Application

A Practising Certificate (PC) Application has to be submitted with every new registration application, together with a payment of S$500 for 2 years or part thereof, depending on the date of application. The PC has a fixed 2-year cycle validity period (1 Jan 2009 to 31 Dec 2010; 1 Jan 2011 to 31 Dec 2012; 1 Jan 2013 to 31 Dec 2014; 1 Jan 2017 to 31 Dec 2018; and so on).

2. Late Renewal of PC

Pharmacists with PCs that are expired for less than 5 years may apply for late renewal  with a late fee of S$200 in addition to the PC renewal fees. Pharmacists who do not renew their PCs for a continuous period of 5 years and more will have their names removed from the Register of Pharmacists and are required to apply for Restoration  if they wish to apply for PC.

3. PC Renewal for 2019/2020

Renewal of PC notice will be sent to all eligible pharmacists during September 2018 for renewal of 2-year PC from 1 January 2019 till 31 December 2020.

Pharmacists who do not meet their CPE requirements will not be eligible for PC renewal.

Kindly note that a late renewal fee of S$100 will apply for pharmacists who have not renewed their PC or do not ensure that their payments are cleared on time by 30 November. After 31 December, late renewal fee of S$200 will apply.

4. Implications of Practising Pharmacy without Valid PC

Please note that under section 28 of the Pharmacists Registration Act, a registered pharmacist who practices pharmacy or holds the title of "Pharmacist" without a valid practising certificate shall be guilty of an offence and be liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding $25,000.

For more enquires on PC, please contact us.
Last Updated :  06 Jan 2017 17:02