Welcome to the Montana Pharmacy Association

Since its establishment in 1890, the Montana Pharmacy Association (MPA) has been the leading advocate and voice in representing the interest of pharmacy professionals across the Big Sky. Membership in the MPA covers the entire spectrum of pharmacy practice settings and includes student pharmacists and pharmacy technicians. The Association’s vision is echoed by all MPA members: A unified pharmacy profession, recognized as preeminent in patient care.

Please take the time to become familiar with the many features on the website that will support you professionally, describe our money saving benefits, inform you of federal and state legislation and regulations, highlight continuing education opportunities, provide useful links to resources, and more.

Stuart Doggett, Executive Director
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Mission Statement

The mission of the Montana Pharmacy Association is to advance public health and maximize positive patient outcomes by providing innovation and leadership, and advocating for the professional interests of pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, students and ancillary pharmacy personnel.

A unified pharmacy profession, recognized as preeminent in patient care.

Derrick Schoeben Writes Op-ed for the Billings Gazette

Derrick Schoeben, PharmD Candidate 2017, wrote an article for the Billings Gazette on the storing and disposal of prescription drugs.  Derrick was the recipient of MPA's 2017 Generation Rx Award for Excellence, sponsored by Cardinal Health.  The award recognizes a pharmacist that has demonstrated a commitment to the mission of substance abuse education.   Click here to read the full article.

Photo:  Kevin Coffman (left), Cardinal Health, presents the Generation Rx Award to Derrick Schoeben (right).

Recently Released -- Integrated Clinical Pharmacy Services: Best Practices Toolkit
Click the image below to download the complete toolkit.  The toolkit was developed by RiverStone Health through the generous support of a grant from the Montana Healthcare Foundation.