OTC Medical Device Distributor

Show customers your facility’s dedication to safely distributing diagnostic over-the-counter (OTC) medical devices to pharmacies and other institutions. 

With OTC medical device distribution being largely unregulated in the United States, we created an accreditation for distributors of medical devices that are often designated as medium and high risk by the Food and Drug Administration. Our OTC Medical Device Distributor Accreditation plays a pivotal role in securing the medical supply chain by helping to protect the public from certain diverted or counterfeit medical devices. 

This three-year accreditation is best suited for business entities that distribute diagnostic OTC medical devices that may be dispensed pursuant to a prescription. Review and familiarize yourself with the accreditation criteria before applying.

Bundle Accreditations to Maximize Your Investment

Save time and money by bundling our distributor accreditations together. When completing your OTC Medical Device Distributor Accreditation application, maximize your investment by also applying for our Drug Distributor Accreditation. Review program eligibility requirements to see if your facility qualifies, then contact our team for the code that must be provided to obtain a discount when completing the application.

To become an accredited OTC Medical Device Distributor and display the accredited-facilities seal, business entities must undergo a criteria compliance review, which includes both off-site and on-site reviews of the business entity’s policies and procedures and operations.

How do I get started?

The first step is to review the eligibility requirements. If you determine your business meets requirements for accreditation, then apply for a Supply Chain Inspection indicating your interest in OTC Medical Device Distributor Accreditation. Based on the Supply Chain Inspection report, we will confirm you are eligible to apply for OTC Medical Device Distributor Accreditation.   

Interested in learning more?

Practices that demonstrate compliance in preventing counterfeit devices from entering the United States (US) medical supply can earn this voluntary accreditation to better position their business. Complete the accreditation form to request more information.

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To apply for an accreditation, businesses must meet basic eligibility requirements. To avoid unnecessary delays, review the eligibility requirements listed below.  

To qualify to apply for the OTC Medical Device Distributor Accreditation, the facility must be an OTC medical device distributor and: 


Click on the links below to learn about each criterion:


Seeking OTC Medical Device Distributor Accreditation is a collaborative effort between businesses entities and NABP. With preparation and compliance throughout the application process, your business entity can expect a 3 to 6-month path to accreditation. If extensive follow-up is required, you can expect a longer process.

Before you apply, learn more about the process by watching our on-demand webinar. Then, follow the steps below.

  1. Confirm your facility meets eligibility to begin the process    
  2. Review the accreditation criteria  
  3. Log in to your business e-Profile and apply for the Supply Chain Inspection
  4. Complete the Supply Chain Inspection and receive an accreditation eligibility letter  
  5. Log in to your business e-Profile and apply for OTC Medical Device Distributor Accreditation
    • provide any requested documents to evidence compliance and/or remediation of inspection findings  

For basic instructions on submitting your application, read the Application Basics document.

Interested in pricing?

Log in to your business e-Profile account and visit the Instructions and FAQs section to access pricing. Don’t have an account? Create your free business e-Profile account today.

Has your Facility Relocated?  

NABP’s relocation policy has recently changed. For more information about relocation, contact our team at vdip@nabp.pharmacy.

Has your Facility had an Ownership Change?

All changes must be reported to vdip@nabp.pharmacy within 30 days after the change is final, and you must send the following documentation:  

Ownership Changes  

Ownership and Name Changes  

Maintaining Accreditation

OTC Medical Device Distributor Accreditation has a three-year cycle; a facility undergoes an annual review coinciding with its first and second anniversary date. Prior to the end of the third year of accreditation, we will send notification of the need to have another Supply Chain Inspection and to go through the full reaccreditation process if the facility desires to continue its accreditation for another three years. Failure to promptly reply to the completion of reaccreditation deliverables may result in the loss of accreditation.