You can find out how to change your address and other personal details on our ‘Changing your details’ page.
You can find out how to renew your registration on our ‘Renewing your registration page.
Pharmacy professionals and pharmacy premises must renew their registration annually, at least two months before their registration expires.
Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians are required by law (the Pharmacy Order 2010) to renew their registration annually, two months before the expiry date of their registration. More information is available on our registration page.
Visit our ‘Paying by Direct Debit’ page for details of how to set up a direct debit and to find the relevant form to complete.
You can find out how to restore your registration on our ‘Restoration’ page.
Visit myGPhC and enter your registration number and either your registration renewal number (which is on your renewal letter) or your password.
If you have forgotten your password – please follow the steps to get a new password.
Please check first of all that you are logged onto myGPhC, and not myGPhCpharmacy (check the name of the platform at the top of the page). You can only renew your registration and undertake other tasks relating to your registration as a pharmacy professional on myGPhC.
On myGPhC you will be asked for your registration number and password, and not for a username. If you are still experiencing issues in logging in, please try our troubleshooting tips which usually resolve any issues.
If you are still experiencing issues after trying all of the troubleshooting tips, please email email@example.com with a screenshot of the log-in page and a description of the issue you are having.
Find out what to do if you want to leave the register on our ‘Leaving the register’ page
Please visit our ‘Annotations’ page to find the form you need to complete to apply for an annotation to be added to your register entry.
We do not provide advice relating to legal or employment issues. We would suggest you contact your professional body or indemnity provider.
See our Standards for pharmacy professionals.
There is also lots of information, examples and other resources in the revalidation section of our website.
We would also suggest you contact your professional body who will be able to provide further advice and resources.
You can find information about working abroad on the working abroad page of our website.