Community Pharmacies of Indiana, Inc., ("CPI") was established in
1993 after a group of pharmacy owners met to discuss changing
prescription drug plans in the state. One of CPI's main goals as an
organization is to promote pharmacy as a profession and the role of
the community retail pharmacy in the American concept of free
enterprise by maintaining freedom of choice of pharmacy to all
citizens of the state.
In addition, we have maintained vigilance
in the administrative, legislative, and government affairs affecting
the practice of retail pharmacy in the interest of the public
welfare and to assure professional control of the pharmacy by
pharmacists. To do all of this, CPI works closely with the Indiana
General Assembly to ensure that the remaining community pharmacies
in Indiana survive and thrive. We are the voice of community
pharmacies in Indiana.
independently-owned pharmacies are on CPI's membership list.
Find a CPI member by clicking on the "Locate a Pharmacy" link above.
Independent Pharmacists & Visitors:
Welcome to Community Pharmacies of Indiana (CPI) web site! CPI
designed this site to serve independent pharmacists and consumers.
of Indiana (CPI) was established in 1993. One of CPI's main goals as
an organization is to promote pharmacy as a profession and the role
of the community retail pharmacy.
This web site includes some of the following links:
“About Us” - a summary of CPI’s history and mission
“Locate a Pharmacy” - find independent pharmacies throughout Indiana
“Join Us” - information about joining CPI
“Students” - learn about summer internship opportunities as well as
career opportunities in pharmacy ownership
“Related Links” – list of links relevant to community pharmacies and
“Members Only” - login to access members-only information
Please use the
“Contact Us” link to send comments or suggestions to CPI staff and
Community Pharmacies of Indiana
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