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Can a doctor start a pharmaceutical Company?

A doctor can start a pharmaceutical company but he/she will require fulfilling all requirements needed for starting a pharmaceutical company. A doctor can be owner of pharmaceutical company but a doctor cannot be a competent person on the basis of his/her educational qualification.

He/she will need competent person along with other specification and requirements (which can be check by reading given link below) to start own pharmaceutical business whether it’s a pharmaceutical marketing company or pharmaceutical manufacturing company or other pharmaceutical businesses.





Pharmaceutical Marketing Company:

For starting of pharmaceutical marketing company, one of the following qualified competent person will be required:
  • Registered Pharmacist, or
  • Holds a degree of a recognised University with one year‘s experience in dealing with drugs
Read in detail: How to start pharmaceutical marketing company?

Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Company:

For starting pharmaceutical manufacturing company, two technical persons are required. One is manufacturing chemist and second is Analytical chemist.

Educational qualification and experience of Manufacturing Chemist is as follow:
  • A graduate in Pharmacy or Pharmaceutical Chemistry with eighteen month experience in pharmaceutical manufacturing, or
  • A graduate in Science (Chemistry) with three years experience in pharmaceutical manufacturing, or
  • A graduate in Chemical Engineering or Chemical Technology or Medicine) with three years experience in pharmaceutical manufacturing, or
  • Holding any foreign qualification and experience equivalent as discussed above

Educational qualification and experience of Analytical Chemist is as follow:
  • A degree in Medicine or Science or Pharmacy or Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Read in detail: How to start Pharmaceutical manufacturing company?

Similar questions:

Q: Can doctors invest in drug companies?
A: Yes, doctors can invest in a drug companies.

Q: Can a doctor be owner of a pharmaceutical company?
A: Yes, a doctor can be owner of a pharmaceutical company

Q: Can a doctor own a pharmacy?
A: Yes, a doctor can be owned a pharmacy

Q: Can a doctor run a business?
A: Running business along with practice is not illegal or ban. A doctor can free to conduct any business as per requirements needed by running a business.

Hope above information is helpful to you...

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