Association, the largest and oldest state-wide organization representing the profession of
pharmacy in Florida.
The mission of pharmacy is to serve society as the profession responsible for the appropriate use
of medications, devices and services to achieve optimal therapeutic outcomes.
In pursuit of that mission, DCPA:
- advocates the interests of pharmacists in Miami-Dade County;
- represents members on issues of economics, political action and public relations of interest
- promotes, supports and provides education for the enhancement of professional,
management and leadership development;
- promotes the highest professional and ethical standards of practice for the delivery of
- identifies, evaluates, and responds to trends and events that impact on pharmacy and the
health care delivery system, and
- provides for effective communications between pharmacists, health care organizations and
Dade County Pharmacy Association
A unit association of the Florida Pharmacy Association
are held in
|New Mailing Address for Dade County Pharmacy Association: c/o Aceves
1271 NE 97th Street, Miami Shores, FL 33138
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|North Miami Beach Police Department
offers a 24/7 Prescription Drop-Off Point
Provided by the Dade County Pharmacy Association
Tell your Patients - if they have medications they wish to dispose,
the drop box is in the lobby of the NMB Police Dept on 19th Ave.
In an effort to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing prescription drugs,
while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of medications, the North Miami
Beach Police Department has partnered with the Dade County Pharmacy Association to offer a secure
24/7 prescription pill drop-box inside their police departments lobby at 16901NE 19 Avenue.
Click here to see Drop-Box Click here to see the NMB Police Dept News Release
The 8th DEA National Prescription Drug Take-Back Event
The National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day is on April 26th from 10am-2pm.
Local law enforcement agencies and the DEA will be working together for this
event. Citizens can dispose of unwanted, expried, or unused prescription drugs.
The service is free and anonymous. No Questions Asked.