Regions and Affiliates
ASCP has 8 regions and 33 affiliate organizations serving our membership. ASCP’s membership is located in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and 12 countries. For ASCP Student Chapters click here.

ASCP Regions

Region A - Northeast Region B – Mid Atlantic Region C – Midwest Region D – Southeast Region E – North Central Region F – South Central Region G – Southwest Region H – Northwest
Maine Pennsylvania Michigan Tennessee North Dakota Texas California Idaho
Vermont Delaware Illinois South Carolina South Dakota New Mexico Nevada Montana
New Hampshire Maryland Indiana Florida Nebraska Oklahoma Utah Oregon
Connecticut West Virginia Ohio Georgia Kansas Arkansas Colorado Washington
New York Virginia Kentucky Alabama Missouri Louisiana Arizona Wyoming
Rhode Island North Carolina
Mississippi Iowa
Australia
Alaska
New Jersey Washington DC

Minnesota

Hawaii

Massachusetts




Wisconsin

Singapore

Europe
            Canada (west of the Manitoba border) 
 Canada (east of the Manitoba border)
             
 All other countries not listed in regions A, G, or H
             


ASCP members are not only dedicated on a national level, but are very active within their own regional and states. As a result, ASCP meetings are held throughout the country. To learn more about regional and/or state meetings in your area please check out the Events Calendar.

Getting involved on a local or regional level helps to further disseminate knowledge and information about the profession of consultant pharmacy and helps play an integral part in carrying out the mission and specific goals of the society. Through local and regional participation, a society member enjoys the following advantages and more:

  • Increased opportunity for direct involvement in consultant and senior care pharmacy programs
  • Opportunity to network and share ideas with others in the profession on a routine basis
  • Access to continuing education
  • Benefits of local efforts to educate the public on the contributions and role of consultant and senior care pharmacists
  • Benefits of local efforts to represent the interests of consultant and senior care pharmacists with local and state legislative and regulatory groups
  • Direct access to a myriad of ASCP benefits and services

ASCP Chapter Operations Manual (PDF)(Members Only)

Alabama Pharmacy Association
Arizona Pharmacy Alliance
California Pharmacists Association
Colorado Pharmacists Society
Connecticut Pharmacists Association
Consultant Pharmacists Society of Michigan
Delaware Pharmacists Society
Florida Pharmacy Association
Georgia Pharmacy Association
Hawaii Pharmacists Association
Iowa Pharmacy Association
Kansas Pharmacists Association
Kentucky Pharmacists Association
Maryland Pharmacists Association
Minnesota Pharmacists Association
Mississippi Pharmacists Association
Missouri Pharmacy Association
Nebraska Pharmacists Association
Nevada Pharmacy Alliance
New Jersey Pharmacists Association
New Mexico Pharmacists Association

Iowa Pharmacy Association
Kansas Pharmacists Association
Kentucky Pharmacists Association
Maryland Pharmacists Association
Minnesota Pharmacists Association
Mississippi Pharmacists Association
Missouri Pharmacy Association
Nebraska Pharmacists Association
Nevada Pharmacy Alliance
New Jersey Pharmacists Association
New Mexico Pharmacists Association
North Carolina Association of Pharmacists
Ohio Pharmacists Association
Oklahoma Pharmacists Association
Pharmacists Society of the State of New York
Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin
Tennessee Pharmacists Association
Texas Pharmacy Association
Virginia Pharmacists Association
Washington State Pharmacy Association
Wyoming Pharmacy Association

Affiliated organizations are separate professional organizations that have formed an informal relationship with ASCP, manage their own affairs, control their own membership categories, and promote consultant and senior care pharmacy to other professional and health care organizations. Affiliated organizations may not promulgate or promote any policy or principle in the name of the Society. The establishment of an affiliate organization must be accomplished by the presentation of a formal agreement between ASCP and the Board of Directors. If your organization is interested in forming an affiliation with ASCP, please contact us online or call Customer Service at 800-355-2727.

  1. fostering and encouraging cooperation and communication between the affiliate and ASCP;
  2. establishing an inter-organizational relationship emphasizing pharmacy unity;
  3. facilitating promotion and improvement of consultant and senior care pharmacy practice.

  • suitable notification of establishment of the "Affiliated Organization" relationship to the membership of both organizations
  • no implied or mandatory reciprocal membership agreement between the organizations
  • full retention of identity and autonomy by both organizations
  • no implied or automatic endorsement or adoption of position statement or objectives of either organization
  • exclusive retention of rights and use of association seals and insignia by each organization
  • mutual organizational cooperation in planning, organizing, and promoting appropriate educational programs for long term care pharmacists
  • ASCP’s commitment to endeavor to keep the affiliate abreast of national legislative, regulatory, and related issues regarding long term care pharmacy
  • ASCP’s commitment to assist the affiliate in identifying and acquiring information on consultant and senior care pharmacy
    periodic exchange of membership listings when appropriate and mutually acceptable to the affiliate and ASCP

 

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