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Founded in 1881, APA is the state’s oldest professional organization for pharmacy. The 15 original founders were men of great vision who recognized the absolute necessity of joining with their colleagues to accomplish their goals. That necessity is no less today. APA continues to promote, defend, and expand the profession of pharmacy.
The American College of Apothecaries was founded on May 9, 1940 in Richmond, Virginia. In 1978, the Research & Education Foundation was established, and in 1998 the American College of Veterinary Pharmacists began. The existence of these three separate entities allows for the provision of numerous benefits to the Fellowship and the profession. Our Research & Education Resource Center was founded in 1998 in Bartlett, Tennessee.
The Arkansas Pharmacists Association (APA) was founded in 1882 as the professional association for the profession of pharmacy in Arkansas. The Association represents over 2,000 members consisting of pharmacists, pharmacy students and members of the industry who support the objectives of the Association. Members are kept abreast of pertinent healthcare issues and trends through the quarterly journal, newsletters and the APA web page. APA also provides its members with opportunities for professional growth through continuing education programs, District Meetings and an Annual State Convention. Legislative advocacy at both the state and federal levels are another important focus of APA. Overall, the Arkansas Pharmacists Association strives to enhance the practice of pharmacy and to improve public health through rational cost-effective drug therapy and outcomes-oriented drug therapy management.
The Delaware Pharmacists Society (DPS) was founded in 1886 as the non-profit, professional association for pharmacists in the state of Delaware.DPS members practice pharmacy in a variety of settings that include community pharmacies, health system pharmacies, long-term care facilities and ambulatory care sites. Pharmacist members of DPS provide many patient care services including patient education and health screening, wellness programs, tobacco cessation counseling, poison prevention education and adult immunizations.
The Iowa Pharmacy Association provides opportunities for pharmacists and IPA members to participate in programs that serve to advance the profession and improve patient safety as well programs that provide community education and outreach regarding the role of today’s pharmacists as a valuable member of the healthcare team.
The Keystone Pharmacy Purchasing Alliance, Inc. (KPPA) is an Association of Independent Community Pharmacists, and was formed solely for the benefit of Independent Pharmacy. KPPA’s primary purpose is to offer its members the lowest prices available from wholesalers and manufacturers (both generic and name brand), as well as on all types of supplies, goods and services. For an initial one-time enrollment fee, members pharmacies are guaranteed to receive 100% of all performance incentive dollars on a quarterly basis, in addition to low contract pricing, and special terms and conditions formerly available only to large groups. Member stores receive market share incentives and a share of KPPA profits according to participation.
Michigan Pharmacists Association (MPA) is THE state professional society serving Michigan’s pharmacists and pharmacy technicians in all settings of practice. Our goal is to meet member needs, encourage personal and professional growth and provide information about events and issues important to Michigan pharmacy professionals.
The Mission of the Mississippi Pharmacist Association is to: Promote, and safeguard the public health and welfare.-Foster interprofessional relations among all members of the health care professions.-Promote the professional and economic welfare of all pharmacists.-Support education and licensure to guarantee competent practitioners worthy of the public’s trust.-Maintain a code of ethics which will assure a high standard of professional conduct.
Partners in Pharmacy Cooperative (PIPCo) is an independent pharmacy cooperative owned and managed by its independent community pharmacy members in the north-central United States. At the cooperative’s core is a mission to support and promote the profitability of independents in a market dominated by chain stores.

The Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association, as the leading voice of pharmacy, promotes the profession through advocacy, education, and communication to enhance patient care and public health.
PharmacyGPO is a unique buying group dedicated to Independent Pharmacy Business Owners. With the traditional discount & rebate advantages offered to its members, PharmacyGPO differentiates its offerings by assisting pharmacies with new prescription business development. Their executive team looks for technologies and services to help create competitive advantages for their member base. PharmacyGPO has endorsed MatchRx and we are ready to help their members capitalize on their unused inventory.
Pharmacy Services Inc. (PSI) is an independent pharmacy cooperative buying group and the for-profit subsidiary of the Michigan Pharmacists Association. PSI was formed in 1982 to serve the business needs of its pharmacist members. Our mission is to provide service and buying opportunities of maximum recognizable value to independent pharmacies that will earn profits that accrue to benefit and support the Michigan Pharmacists Association.
Since 1989, SRS Pharmacy Systems has focused on building pharmacy management software that helps community pharmacies operate more efficiently and accurately, keeping processes consistent, inventories low and profitability high.
Originally founded in the late 1890′s as the West Virginia Pharmaceutical Association, our mission is to promote and assure the health and wellness of the public by enhancing the professional skills and knowledge of our members. The organization changed its name to West Virginia Pharmacists Association in 1974 to more appropriately reflect its representation of pharmacists practicing in the various professional settings. WVPA has become a strong patient advocate over the years to help assure the public receives appropriate and quality pharmaceutical care. WVPA is very active in legislative and governmental issues. It initiated major advances in the Pharmacy Practice Act, bringing an antiquated law up to today’s standards. WVPA also actively represents pharmacy before state agencies.
The Wyoming Pharmacy Association was established in 1915. The first president of the association was Dr. F.C. Huffman. While the association has grown and changed, the mission of the Wyoming Pharmacy Association continues to be to advance and promote the practice and profession of pharmacy.