As a member of PPA and ACPA, you possess a unique opportunity to support both your County and State Association with one membership payment.
ACPA Member Benefits:
- Frequent general meetings, often including dinner and an informative presentation at no charge
- Networking opportunities
- Involvement in a strong, local community of pharmacists
- Regular ACPA Bulletin
- Simple dues payment
- PLUS all of the benefits you get from being a PPA member!
Use the links below to join today!
Active/Pharmacist: $284 for any registered or licensed pharmacist, individuals not licensed or registered but who have a degree in pharmacy from an accredited school of pharmacy, and teachers of pharmacy, chemistry and other sciences or arts, the knowledge of which is necessary to the practice of pharmacy.
Joint with Spouse/Pharmacist: $149 for any individual who would qualify for Active Membership but is the spouse of an already Active Member.
New Practitioner: We offer staggered pricing for the first three years following graduation to help students ease their transition - $119 for the first year, $174 for the second year, and $229 for the third year following graduation.
Residency: $59 Graduating pharmacy students who will be entering a pharmacy residency following graduation receive special pricing.
Retired: $104 for individuals who have been active PPA members or a member of a county or regional association for five years who request transfer to the retired dues category. Must be eligible for Social Security and not be employed more than 20 hours per week. The dues reduction will take effect for the next dues cycle. There is no refund provided.
Associate: $164 for those persons who are desirous of advancing the interests of pharmacy or whom may be actively engaged in the manufacture, distribution, or sale of prescription drugs in licensed pharmacies, but who are not themselves licensed. Examples include individuals who work for wholesalers, pharmaceutical companies, lawyers, accountants, and others who market business products to pharmacists.
Part-time Pharmacist: $144 for individuals who are licensed pharmacists but who are only working part-time. Hours per week may not exceed 20 hours.
Pharmacy Technician (certified and non-certified): $45 for individuals working as pharmacy technicians. Open to those who have successfully completed the voluntary national certified pharmacy technician examination as well as those interested in doing so and those currently non-certified.
Pharmacy Technician Student: $10 for any person who is taking courses to become a pharmacy technician.
Student: $22 for students at the University of Pittsburgh; $30 for students at Duquesne University (this includes membership in the Duquesne Chapter). Students enrolled in a professional undergraduate pharmacy curriculum are eligible.
If you would like a paper copy of a membership application, e-mail email@example.com to request one.