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Meet the Inspectors & Investigators

The Board of Pharmacy conducts inspections of pharmacies to ensure that the dispensing of prescription drugs is occurring in a safe, clean environment and being done by competent licensed individuals according to federal and state drug laws. The Board conducts opening inspections of pharmacies applying for an initial license, and at least a biennial inspection of each licensed pharmacy. The Board employs five inspectors who each cover a certain geographic region of the state and operate out of their homes. Buck Selby acts in the capacity of Chief Compliance Officer for the inspectors. 

Each year half of the pharmacies will be visited by their inspector for a routine inspection, with the other half inspected the following year. Sterile compounders will be inspected every year.  So, each pharmacy except sterile compounders will be visited by an inspector only once every two years unless a problem or special circumstance arises.

During the actual visit by the inspector, he/she will fill out an inspection form and list those items found to not be in compliance with the law. A Non-Compliance Correction Report will be issued showing these items requiring the pharmacist-in-charge to show the corrective action they have taken on each of the non-compliant items and send this report to the Board office within ten days. Regardless of when a pharmacy was or will be inspected, the pharmacist-in-charge should continually take time to identify areas of non-compliance and correct these areas as a method of continuous quality improvement.

Inspectors

Charles "Buck" Selby, Inspector
Chief Compliance Officer
WV Board of Pharmacy
2310 Kanawha Blvd East
Charleston, WV 25311
(304) 673-8322
Charles.V.Selby@wv.gov
Counties: Fayette, Greenbrier, McDowell, Mercer, Monroe, Nicholas, Pocahontas, Raleigh, Summers, Webster, and Wyoming.

Graduate of West Virginia University School of Pharmacy 1962. Served in US NAVY. Worked 42 years in various pharmacy settings, including a family owned pharmacy, small town independents large chains, a 340 health center and a VA hospital.


Roger A. Shallis R.Ph.
WV Board of Pharmacy
2310 Kanawha Blvd East
Charleston, WV 25311

(304) 261-4260
Roger.A.Shallis@wv.gov
Counties: Barbour, Berkeley, Grant, Hampshire, Hardy, Jefferson, Lewis, Mineral, Monongalia, Morgan, Pendleton, Preston, Randolph, Taylor, Tucker, and Upshur


Donald L. Klamut
WV Board of Pharmacy
2310 Kanawha Blvd East
Charleston, WV 25311
(304) 280-4626
Donald.L.Klamut@wv.gov
Counties: Brooke, Doddridge, Hancock, Harrison, Marion, Marshall, Ohio, Pleasants, Ritchie, Tyler, Wetzel, and Wood.

Graduate of West Virginia University School of Pharmacy.  Worked 40 years primarily as a retail Pharmacist, with some hospital experience.  Retired as a Clinical Pharmacist from the VA Medical System.  Married with three sons and four grandchildren.  Became an inspector for the Board in 2015.  Native and resident of Wheeling, Ohio County, West Virginia


Tom Robinette RPh
WV Board of Pharmacy
2310 Kanawha Blvd East
Charleston, WV 25311
(304) 546-1174
Thomas.L.Robinette@wv.gov
Counties: Kanawha, Clay, Jackson, Braxton, Calhoun, Gilmer, Roane, Wirt

Graduate of WVU School of Pharmacy 1971. In practice 46 years, 24 years as a director of pharmacy for tertiary care hospitals and level 2 trauma center, director of pharmacy for behavioral medicine hospital, director for home infusion pharmacy, experience in retail, long term care, and skilled nursing pharmacy practice. Served in clinical capacity for neonatal intensive care, pediatrics and pediatric intensive care, burn unit, and adult medicine services. Married with 2 daughters, 2 granddaughters. Resident of Cross Lanes, WV, Kanawha County.


Patrick Regan, RPh
WV Board of Pharmacy
2310 Kanawha Blvd East
Charleston, WV 25311
Patrick.M.Regan@wv.gov
Counties: Boone, Cabell, Lincoln, Logan, Mason, Mingo, Putnam, and Wayne.

Graduated from The Philadelphia College of Pharmacy in 1974. Came to West Virginia as a member of the United States Public Health Services. Received PharmD in 2001 from Shenandoah University. Born in Brooklyn, NY, raised in New Jersey. Worked for 41 years in a variety of settings including: independent pharmacies, large chain stores, rural clinic and hospital settings. Retired as an outpatient clinical pharmacist from the VA.


Inspectors

Fred Wagoner

Retired from the West Virginia State Police. 

David Lucas

 Retired from the West Virginia State Police. 

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