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    Member ideas and discussions are helpful in tackling legislative issues and pharmacy concerns.  Have an impact by joining one of the current workgroups. Send us an email and let us know which (or all) workgroup interests you. - Medical Cannabis, PBMs, Provider Status, and Transitions of Care.

  • Membership

    Stay Informed, Renew Today

    Time passes quickly and changes happen every day. You can count on the NPA to work for you. We help members from across the state stay informed about important pharmacy issues. We want you to be able to do the best job possible to serve your patients with confidence. Continue to rely on the NPA to provide you with the details that you need to succeed in your work every day. Log in to your NPA member profile and renew for 2021.

  • Nebraska MEDS

    Drug Disposal

    Gather up leftover medications and dispose of with care. Find a participating pharmacy near you.

  • Thank You!

    Pharmacy Heroes

    The NPA Board of Directors and staff want to express our gratitude for your hard work and dedication during these uncertain times. We recognize the sacrifices that you are making for your family, patients, and community, and we cannot thank you enough.

  • Educate

    Student Scholarships

    The Nebraska Pharmacy Foundation exists to benefit the charitable works of the NPA and annually provides scholarships to pharmacy students at the Creighton University School of Pharmacy & Health Professions and the University of Nebraska College of Pharmacy.

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    Stay Connected

    Thriving in the ever-changing field of pharmacy can take your full focus. Pharmacists do not have to operate in a vacuum. The staff at the NPA puts reliable information resources right at your fingertips every day so you can dial down the pressure and be confident that you are keeping up on the latest.

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  • Advocate

    Supreme Court Upholds Law Regulating PBMs

    The NPA and other pharmacy associations contributed to the legal costs for the appeal winning with an 8 to 0 decision in favor of pharmacies and patients.

    Rutledge vs PCMA
Legislative Day at the State Capitol


You have a voice and can be heard in many different ways at the state and federal level. With your involvement, we will remain a viable resource to support our members far into the future.



We offer continuing pharmacy education opportunities across many practice areas. Members receive unlimited access to members-only resources.


We connect members to one another and to resources like our career center, links to partner
sites, the Nebraska Drug Utilization Review (DUR) and Nebraska MEDS programs.

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Our Value

We serve as a primary source to educate our members, advocate on their behalf, and connect them to resources and one another.

You Matter

We respond to our members directly, answering calls right away. We believe in our mission which is all about helping and supporting you and the pharmacy profession.

Nebraska Impact

We encourage your participation to help strengthen networking and mentoring to ensure that we meet the needs for all of our diverse members.

Building Community

We have a greater collective impact when we gather candid feedback from our members, former members, and professionals who have not yet joined our association.

News & Events


Education, Meetings, and Events Calendar

NEW! Pharmaceutical Diversion: Current Trends and Reporting Activity
August 25, 2021
7:00 pm - 7:45 pm (CT)

Join us for an online training with the Nebraska State Patrol in conjunction with the Drug Enforcement Administration, hosted by the Nebraska Pharmacists Association, to discuss current trends seen across the Midwest involving individuals and criminal organizations. This discussion will provide insight on tactics, techniques, and behaviors commonly seen by law enforcement, and provide attendees with the information needed for detecting fraudulent activity in the business place. Also, a discussion will provide options available to healthcare professionals to report fraudulent activity via several methods to the Nebraska State Patrol for law enforcement assistance. As part of this training, there will be an overview of the services available from the Drug Enforcement Agency’s Tactical Diversion Unit. The training will close with a question and answer session with the law enforcement panel to allow attendees time for relevant questions. Registration for this free training closes on August 24, 2021.
  Do you have issues about your pharmacy workplace, but you don’t feel like you can voice your concerns? The American Pharmacists Association (APhA) and the National Alliance of State Pharmacy Associations (NASPA) have developed a landmark national state-based pharmacy workplace survey. Your responses will provide the NPA with aggregated data needed to learn how state laws and regulations, along with pharmacy policies and procedures, may be adding stressors to the work life of pharmacy personnel that may lead to patient safety issues.

We’ve heard that pharmacists are reluctant to discuss workplace issues for fear of retaliation from their employers. This survey is 100% anonymous. The NPA will not have access to your responses. Your individual survey response will be included in a nationwide database that will be held centrally and confidentially. Just 10 minutes of your time is all it takes to complete the Pharmacy Workplace Survey. Don’t just wish you were heard - actually be heard!


Amy HolmanThe NPA Welcomes New Project Coordinator, Amy Holman
I am excited for this new journey with the NPA and I look forward to getting out and meeting everyone involved in the Nebraska MEDS Drug Disposal and Narcan programs. At my previous job, I interacted with many clients throughout the country. I love being able to chat with people and figure out how I can help them out. When I'm not working you can find me cutting hair, crafting, hanging out with family and friends, and binge-watching tv with my partner, Matt, and our two cats. Amy can be reached at (402) 420-1500 or amy.holman@npharm.org.

Statewide Naloxone Program
The NPA's partnership with Nebraska pharmacies, the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services Division of Behavioral Health, and Local Behavioral Health Region Systems allows family members, friends of a person at risk of opioid overdose, or the person at risk of opioid overdose themselves to access naloxone nasal spray at no cost. This program has the potential to save lives in Nebraska. Pharmacies participating in the program include:

  • Charlie's U-Save Pharmacy, 2029 Lincoln Avenue, York
  • Clabaugh Pharmacy, 5001 Court Street, Beatrice
  • Deines Pharmacy, 910 East Court Street, Beatrice
  • Hy-Vee Pharmacy, 5010 O Street, Lincoln
  • Kohll's Rx, 808 North 27th Street, Lincoln
  • Kohll's Rx, 12741 Q Street, Omaha
  • Kohll's Rx, 5002 Dodge Street, Omaha 
  • Kubat Pharmacy, 350 West 23rd Street, Fremont
  • Kubat Pharmacy, 4924 Center Street, Omaha 
  • U-Save Pharmacy, 3611 2nd Avenue, Kearney
  • U-Save Pharmacy, 3851 Guildford Street, Suite D, Waverly
  • Valley Pharmacy, 211 W 33rd Street, Kearney

The Novo NordiskNPA would like to thank Novo Nordisk for its support and its Rethink Obesity work.  Rethink Obesity is a comprehensive collection of patient materials, tools, and tips to help health care professionals develop and support patients' weight-loss and management goals.

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