Why Accreditation?

Patients receive the highest quality care from a pharmacy practice accredited under the CPPA standards.

A pharmacy practice accredited under the CPPA standards provides safe and effective care differentiating it from others in the marketplace.

A pharmacy practice accredited under the CPPA standards signifies an advanced and consistent level of patient care services.

A pharmacy practice accredited under the CPPA standards improves patient outcomes and contributes to overall lower healthcare costs. 

By being part of this nationally recognized group of accredited pharmacy practices, you are supporting the highest level of standards offered by our industry.

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The Center for Pharmacy Practice Accreditation (CPPA) created standards that recognize pharmacy practices that provide an advanced level of patient care, services, quality, and safety.  CPPA has three types of practice standards.

Accreditation using the CPPA standards indicates measurable, safe, and effective patient care is provided by that pharmacy practice and distinguishes those practices and their value within the healthcare system. Providers, patients and payers can have confidence the pharmacy practice has a consistent level of service and can improve patient outcomes.

For more information about accreditation with the CPPA standards, please complete this form.

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