(A) The state board of pharmacy, after notice and hearing in accordance with Chapter 119. of the Revised Code, may impose any one or more of the following sanctions on a dispensary or a dispensary employee if the board finds evidence of any of the conduct set forth in rule 3796:6-4-03 of the Administrative Code:
(1) Revoke, suspend, restrict, limit, or refuse to grant or renew a license, including a dispensary certificate of operation;
(2) Reprimand or place the license holder on probation;
(3) Impose a monetary penalty, not to exceed fifty thousand dollars for each finding, or forfeiture.
(B) Any licensee whose license is revoked, suspended, or refused, shall return his or her identification card to the offices of the state board of pharmacy within ten business days of receipt of notice of such action.
(C) If, the board has reasonable cause to believe that a dispensary employee is physically or mentally impaired, the board may require the employee to submit to a physical or mental examination, or both.