This is our KPhA

The Kentucky Pharmacists Association is the largest professional organization representing pharmacists in the Commonwealth and has been serving its members since 1879. KPhA is recognized by the IRS as a non-profit, tax-exempt organization.
KPhA is the voice of pharmacists from all practice settings concerning education, policy, legislative, and regulatory matters to shape and improve the future of healthcare across Kentucky and the United States.
The voices of democracy speak loudly, especially when many voices join together. The Kentucky Pharmacists Association offers its members the opportunity to band together with like minded voices to be heard. By uniting members for a single cause, KPhA can benefit pharmacists in all practice settings. We also alert our members on rapidly changing healthcare issues via multiple technologies, publications and educational seminars.

Membership Matters - To You, To Your Patients, To Your Profession! 

Colleges of Pharmacy & KPhA

KPhA recognizes the importance of our partnerships with both Colleges of Pharmacy within the Commonwealth: University of Kentucky and Sullivan University. The faculty and students of both colleges actively engage with KPhA in a number of ways, including service on the board and committees, contributions to The Kentucky Pharmacist, advocacy for the profession, joint community service projects, and attendance at KPhA events and meetings. Both colleges also provide financial support for KPhA, helping ensure that we can continue to provide resources to pharmacists throughout Kentucky. Our organization is stronger and better because of the deep engagement we have with our educational partners. We’re appreciative of their continued support of our organization.

Member Benefits

KPhA is YOUR voice with the legislature and other state agencies in Frankfort and with Congress in Washington, D.C.

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Pharmacists and Coronavirus 2019

KPhA is a partner with the Kentucky Department for Public Health for emergency preparedness and disaster response. 

Click here for up-to-date information about Coronavirus 2019. 
Click here for the KPhA Coronavirus toolkit. 
Click here for strategies for community pharmacies 

Click here for COVID-19 Testing Training 

Volunteer Healthcare Providers

Pharmacists Needed - Critical Medication Shortage Survey 

Pharmacists, we need your help!  KPhA is working to keep the Department of Public Health informed of any critical medication shortages pharmacists are experiencing across the state.  We want to track current critical shortages in the drug supply chain either COVID-19 related, or non-Covid-19 related.  
We are asking you to let us know about critical medication shortages you are experiencing by completing a brief survey through the survey link found below. You can report your shortages via these links anytime.  We will be sending the DPH a daily report based on your feedback.

Continuing Education Tutorial

Watch this tutorial to learn how to take the Continuing Education online with our new software, Lecture Panda!