Demonstrate your pharmacy’s outcomes-based patient care programs and services regulatory compliance with our Community Pharmacy Accreditation.
NABP’s Community Pharmacy Accreditation is a 3-year accreditation for community pharmacies providing an advanced level of patient care services, quality, and safety, that are looking to demonstrate compliance to a comprehensive set of practice standards and exhibit consistency in delivering optimal patient care programs and services.
Whether NABP accreditation is new for your business, or you are already NABP accredited and are looking to expand your portfolio, our processes simplify your journey toward Community Pharmacy Accreditation.
Bundle Accreditations to Maximize Your Investment
Apply for Community Pharmacy Accreditation as a stand-alone program or maximize your investment by creating a comprehensive compliance package for one streamlined, cost-effective accreditation process.
Achieving NABP Community Pharmacy Accreditation demonstrates your commitment to:
Patient Care Services
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Practices that demonstrate compliance and high-quality patient care can earn this voluntary accreditation and better position their business to patients. Complete the form to request more information.
To apply for an NABP accreditation, you must meet and maintain basic eligibility requirements. Review the Community Pharmacy Accreditation eligibility requirements below to determine if you are qualified to apply.
- You are a licensed pharmacy operating in the United States, with current, active licenses in good standing, in all jurisdictions where you conduct business (unless licensure is not required by law).
- You predominately serve human patients (defined as veterinary prescription volume less than 20%).
- Your business location cannot be a personal residence.
- You are in compliance with all federal and state regulations, laws, and rules applicable to your business.
- You are operational in all activities for at least 30 days.
- You have a licensed pharmacist (ie, responsible person/pharmacist-in-charge) in full and actual charge of the pharmacy operations, personnel, and compliance with federal and state regulations, laws and rules regarding the practice of pharmacy.
Accreditation Standards Overview
The Community Pharmacy Accreditation Standards Overview provides a brief introduction to the set of required pharmacy standards to achieve accreditation.