Mission Statement
The Dade County Pharmacy Association (DCPA) is a unit of the Florida Pharmacy 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 and pharmacy technicians in Miami-Dade County;

  • represents members on issues of economics, political action and public relations of interest to pharmacy;

  • promotes, supports and provides education for the enhancement of professional, management and leadership

  • promotes the highest professional and ethical standards of practice for the delivery of pharmaceutical care;

  • 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 the public.

Dade County Pharmacy Association
A unit association of the Florida Pharmacy Association

are held in
with the regular
Members are
welcome to
participate in
these meetings.
Dade County Pharmacy Association: c/o Aceves
1271 NE 97th Street, Miami Shores, FL 33138
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New 2 hour CE requirement effective with Pharmacist
Current Renewal period (64B16-27.831)
click here for more info
The State is now allowing renewals for Pharmacist's Licenses
expiring September 30, 2017.  All renewals will be handled on line.  
www.FLHealthSource.gov.  if you haven't received your email
reminder.  You may want to check CE Broker to ensure that you
have met all of the CE Requirements for this license.
The Florida Pharmacy Association, House of Delegates, met in Orlando on July 13, during the annual
meeting to discuss and vote on 18 proposed resolutions.  These included resolutions addressing prior
authorization, OBRA 90 modification, immunization CE, administration of naloxone, technician
representation on the Board of Pharmacy, on-line CE opportunities, CPR instruction, and other "hot" topics.  
These were the most resolutions, in number, considered by the House in recent years.  Each resolution was
introduced and debated prior to delegate vote.  See the resolutions and their outcome by clicking