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Prescription Drug Monitoring Program

The goal of the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program is to reduce the incidence of abuse of, and addiction to, controlled substances in the population of New Hampshire, while ensuring that patients receive adequate and timely care for pain and other conditions that can benefit from a regimen of controlled substances or other appropriate services.

General Information

  • If practitioners utilizing the NH PDMP use Google to search for the NH Prescription Drug Monitoring Program website (NH PDMP), that search may return results that are either phishing sites or malicious in nature. These include: NHPDMP and newhamphsireDMP to name a few. We have been informed that some of these websites have caused PCs to lock-up at health systems. The correct address for the NH PDMP is:

    Attached is a screenshot of what the page should look like when it loads.  pdf file Please save the PDMP website address as a favorite in your browser.

  • Annual Report 2016 pdf file
  • Multi-State Querying added to PDMP pdf file
  • Important Notice to All In-State and Non-Resident Pharmacies Licensed by the Board of Pharmacy
    The President of the Board of Pharmacy issues a notice regarding new data collection regulations pdf file which became effective September 1, 2016. All pharmacies dispensing or shipping Schedule II-IV controlled substances are required to submit their dispensing records on these prescriptions to the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program reporting system by the close of the next business day following the date the prescription is dispensed.
  • Certification of PDMP Upgrades pdf file
  • Registration Instructions for New Registrants with the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program pdf file
  • Senate Bill 286
    Senate Bill 286 was signed into law by Governor John Lynch on June 12, 2012. It created a controlled drug health and safety program (prescription monitoring program) funded entirely through the Federal & private grants & at no cost to the state general fund. New Hampshire joined 48 other states currently with prescription monitoring programs in place. The program monitors controlled drug prescriptions (in DEA Schedules II through IV) to track/flag "doctor shoppers" and multiple/duplicate controlled substance prescriptions for a patient and notify law enforcement and the various state/federal regulatory boards of any unusual activity.

    A 13-Member Advisory Council was created to assist the Board of Pharmacy in an advisory capacity and with the development / operation of the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (Controlled Drug Health & Safety Program).


After your initial registration is approved and you are provided with your username and password, you will be able to access the New Hampshire Prescription Drug Monitoring Program public site. From here you can access valuable information about registration, patient querying, and data uploading. On this page, a "quick link" on the bottom left side of the home page labeled "ACCESS SYSTEM DIRECTLY" can be clicked on to bring you directly to the sign in page so that you can access the system and begin querying.


Per RSA 318-B:33,VI, Dispensers who have a federal Drug Enforcement Administration license, but who do not dispense controlled substances may request a waiver.


Contact the PDMP

Michelle Ricco Jonas
Program Manager
(603) 271-6980

Joanie Foss
(603) 271-6978

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