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Prescription Monitoring Program

Perimeter Center
9960 Mayland Drive, Suite 300
Henrico, Virginia 23233-1463
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Email pmp@dhp.virginia.gov
Telephone: 804-367-4514 or 804-367-4409
Fax number: 804-527-4470

Hours: Mon-Fri 8:15 to 5:00
except Holidays

Virginia Prescription Monitoring Program

New Information

CDC releases new Guidelines for Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain

Virginia’s PMP Joins the Discussion at the National RX Drug Abuse & Heroin Summit

National RX Drug Abuse & Heroin Summit
Track the new developments impacting Virginia’s PMP program...

Virginia’s Prescription Monitoring Program to add MEDD score to Patient Reports

New information added to PMP patient reports on June 1, 2015. Click here to read more.

The PMP Data Center

The PMP Data Center is now available with 24/7 access and auto-response capabilities for prescribers and pharmacists.

If you are a prescriber or pharmacist and have not registered to use the program please do so today by clicking on “Access the PMP Data Center” . Click on "Not a user? Register to become a user", Fill out the form and click the SUBMIT button. Print the form out, sign and date it, and fax to 804-527-4470.

Once your registration request is verified and approved you will receive information about how to use the program.

Access the PMP Data Center.

Prescription Monitoring Program on YouTube

Click here to view the Prescription Monitoring Program informational module on "Virginia's Prescription Monitoring Program Story".

New PMP Brochure

Download the newest brochure: Virginia’s Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP): Maximizing Management, Minimizing Risk

Program Interoperability with other State Prescription Monitoring Programs

Virginia's Prescription Monitoring Program, in partnership with several states, has leveraged advances in technology to enable the sharing of prescription information across state lines. The implementation of this technology comes at a time when prescription drug abuse is the fastest growing drug problem in the United States.  Please click the link below for the current map of interoperable state programs.

PMPInterConnect Map