Membership

Become a Member of the FPA

There are various ways to become a member based upon whether you are actively practicing, enrolled in school, are registering as a business entity, or simply need a member profile for CE tracking.

Membership Benefits

  • Network with colleagues across the state
  • Connect with local pharmacy associations
  • Practice and Professional Development resources
  • Interface with your FPA Regional Director
  • Stay up-to-date with legislative and regulatory issues affecting pharmacy
  • Active engagement with advocacy efforts state-wide
  • Participate in Legislative Days Health Fair at the State Capitol
  • Networking with public health policy makers and advocating for pharmacist centered patient care services
  • Access to the Florida Pharmacy Today Journal
  • Discounts on Continuing Education programs
  • Access to the Associations Career Service Center
  • Regular delivery of our digital news media

Select your membership type and join today!

Pharmacist Member

$195

Pharmacist Member

Licensed, practicing pharmacists

Associate Member

$195

Associate Member

Those who are not pharmacists but work in a field related to pharmacy and wish to become involved with the FPA.

Joint Household Member

$295.50

Joint Household Member

Our membership includes pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, and others with an interest in the business and profession of pharmacy.

Retired Pharmacist

$97.50

Retired Pharmacist

Pharmacists that have retired and are no longer working but wish to maintain their membership.

Technician Member

$30

Technician Member

Pharmacy technicians who wish to become involved with the FPA.

Pharmacist Independent Academy Member

$795

Pharmacist Independent Academy Member

Coming up.

Associate Independent Academy Member

$795

Associate Independent Academy Member

Those who are not pharmacists but work in a field related to pharmacy and wish to become involved with FPA and actively engaged in or supporting the interests of independent pharmacy practice

Joint Independent Academy Membership

$892.50

Joint Independent Academy Membership

Regular members whose spouse also elects to become a Regular Member. Annual dues provides membership to both the Regular Member and the Spouse and enrollment of the regular member in the Independent Academy. Independent Academy membership are for those individuals engaged in or supporting the interests of independent pharmacy practice.

Technician Independent Academy Member

$97.50

Technician Independent Academy Member

Pharmacy technicians who wish to become involved with the FPA and who are actively engaged in or supporting the interests of independent pharmacy practice

Recent Graduate Member

$97.50

Recent Graduate Member

The dues for New Practitioners (recent graduates) following graduation from pharmacy school shall be $97.50 for the first year out of school. After the first year as a recent graduate member the dues will change to the regular member rate of $195. There is a transitional membership option created where students in pharmacy school may elect to prepay their first year recent graduate membership at the end of their P3 professional year. This option will provide the graduating pharmacy student 18 months of post graduate FPA membership for the price of a 12 month recent graduate membership which is already discounted at 50%. FPA leadership will visit each of the pharmacy school campuses to explain and offer this special discount. Students who elect to not take advantage of the recent graduate membership option at the end of the P3 year will only be provided the standard 12 month recent graduate member rate of $97.50.

Student Pharmacist

$20

Student Pharmacist

Pharmacy students in good standing at a college or school of pharmacy. This membership level will cover the 4 years of membership while they are actively enrolled in their pharmacy program. Upon graduation, student member would transition to Recent Graduate Member.

Per IRS Code, an estimated 100% of your dues are allocated to lobbying or political action and are not deductible as a business expense.