|About||Representing America's independent community pharmacies since 1898. Find us at www.ncpanet.org.|
We are dedicated to the continuing growth and prosperity of independent community pharmacy in the United States.
We are the national pharmacy association representing the professional and proprietary interests of independent community pharmacists and will vigorously promote and defend those interests.
We are committed to high-quality pharmacist care and to restoring, maintaining, and promoting the health and well-being of the public we serve.
We believe in the inherent virtues of the American free enterprise system and will do all we can to ensure the ability of independent community pharmacists to compete in a free and fair marketplace.
We value the right to petition the appropriate legislative and regulatory bodies to serve the needs of those we represent.
We will utilize our resources to achieve these ends in an ethical and socially responsible manner.
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Active Member: A pharmacist owner/manager of an independent pharmacy. These members become voting members and may become members of the NCPA House of Delegates and hold office.
One year $395
Two years $720
Three years $1,045
Multiple Locations Member: A pharmacist or non-pharmacist owner of multiple independent pharmacies.
Pharmacy Technician: A person working as a technician in any type of pharmacy. — $100 per year
Retired Pharmacist: A person who is retired from the profession and wants to continue their membership with NCPA. — $135 per year
Staff Pharmacist: A pharmacist working as part of the staff of any pharmacy. — $235 per year
Student Member: A student enrolled full-time in an undergraduate or graduate pharmacy program in an accredited college of pharmacy in the United States. — $50 per year
Recent Graduate: A pharmacist who recently graduated from pharmacy school. — 1st year graduate $55, 2nd year $80, 3rd year $120
Sustaining Member: A non-pharmacist owner/manager of an indepedent pharmacy or a non-pharmacist who wants to be a member of NCPA, and works in a field that would not qualify them for Corporate Membership. — $395 per year