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The El Paso Pharmacy Association

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Arts & Culture, Education, Professional Societies & Associations, Undergraduate Colleges

Mission: The association concerns itself with local, state, and national current events affecting the practice of pharmacy. Board Members and Committee Chairs: Association Director Naomi Venicia Solis, Ph.D Congratulations Board Members and Committee Chairs! Current President Robert Longoria President Elect Liliana Lunares Immediate Past-President Emily Christenberry Treasurer Michelle Aguirre Secretary/Historian Ana Thompson Pharmacy Student Director/Rep Shelby Ramion/Gaspar Quintana 2019 Board Member Directors Jesus Ortega Ysela Monsivais Melanie Jabalie Jacquelyn Navarrete Astrid Hernandez (Tech Representative) Committee Chairs The El Paso Pharmacy Association has various committees, if any member is interested in joining a committee please contact the chairperson of that committee. Contact information is listed below: Membership Chair: 1 OPEN Members: Shelby Ramion, Gaspar Quintana Professional Development Chair: Lily Lunares Members: Emily Christenberry, Jackie Navarrete Fundraising/Scholarship Chair: Robert Longoria Members: Lily Lunares, Ysela Monsivais Communication Chair: Michelle Aguirre Members: Melanie Jabalie Professional Association Liaison Chair: Jesus Ortega Members: Melanie Jabalie Legislative/Public Affairs Chair: Shelby Ramion Members: Gaspar Quintana Nomination Committee Chair: Lily Lunares Members: Robert Longoria Student Development Committee Chair: Jackie Navarrete/Gaspar Quintana

Target demographics: Pharmacists, Pharmacy Students, Pharmacy Technicians, and Professional Pharmaceutical Service Representatives.

Direct beneficiaries per year: 100

Geographic areas served: riginally founded as the El Paso County Pharmaceutical Association in July 1953, the El Paso Pharmacy Association has a current membership of over 50 members.

Programs: Education, CEU Credits,Socials,Community Service and more!

Community Stories

20 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Donor

Rating: 4

We create excitement from our members gets generated in just acknowledging that pharmacy is finally going to have a public-facing campaign and that we’re cultivating corporate partners, and individual pharmacists will have an opportunity to be spokespeople to get the message out to the consumer. We want to address the fact that pharmacists truly are the medication use experts. They care. They’re highly accessible. Pharmacists receive an amazing education. They are an important part of the healthcare team.”

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

Throughout my entire career, what’s been so obvious is that pharmacists’ actual contributions to patients and the healthcare system are so hard to communicate effectively, EPPA helps to bridge the gap in a community that devastatingly needs it.

Board Member

Rating: 5

The campaign’s main objectives are to increase awareness and understanding of the pharmacy profession among the general population and to increase positive attitudes toward pharmacy. DONATE TODAY!

Board Member

Rating: 5

Pharmacists Help People Live Healthier, Better Lives.

EPPA promote the message that pharmacists are fully qualified, capable and willing to positively impact patients’ health.They are accessible, knowledgeable and highly educated. They are there to ensure the best solutions and they are a critical part of the healthcare team. These are some of the key messages that EPPA hopes to spread.

Board Member

Rating: 5

Discover What’s Next in Pharmacy- EPPA provides the latest information in the profession and be a part of the future of pharmacy.

Board Member

Rating: 5

One word: Innovative.

Proud group of pharma techs,pharmacists and students providing goodwill to the El Paso area!

Client Served

Rating: 5

I love that they can offer CE Credits! Save me alot of time and money from going out-of-state. Love it!

Donor

Rating: 5

I own a local local pharmacy and am a proud supporter/donor. Awesome group of student body from UTEP.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I really enjoy working with this collaborative group of Pharmacy! They are soooo positive and knowledgeable.

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

They are dedicated to our local community! Go UTEP!

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

They are dedicated to the pharmacy profession and serving the under served!

Board Member

Rating: 5

Goals are to preserve, promote and lead the profession of pharmacy in El Paso Texas and surrounding borderplex!

Volunteer

Rating: 5

EPPA is committed to serving and representing all pharmacy professionals in all practice settings.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Explore how pharmacists work with patients, physicians, nurses and others to deliver better health care.

Board Member

Rating: 5

Meetings are a great chance for your voice to be heard. Sign up today!

Advisor

Rating: 5

Organization advancing the cause of pharmacists and pharmacy education in the Sun City.

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

EPPA Represents the pharmacist owners, managers, and employees of independent community pharmacies. They are the VOICE!

Board Member

Rating: 5

Great teams representing the El Paso community! We get to network with our colleagues, share our pharmacy practice experiences, and find the latest local updates!

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

This is an organization that operates at its fullest potential by allowing people to do their best work. It’s a association where individual differences are nurtured; information is not suppressed or spun; the team adds value to members and community, the organization stands for something meaningful; the work itself is intrinsically rewarding!

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Board Member

Rating: 5

The El Paso Pharmacy Association goal is to improve the life of each and every patient by promoting health with attention and respect. Originally founded as the El Paso County Pharmaceutical Association in July 1953, the El Paso Pharmacy Association has a current membership of over 50 members. Current membership includes Pharmacists, Pharmacy Students, Pharmacy Technicians, and Professional Pharmaceutical Service Representatives.
The association concerns itself with local, state, and national current events affecting the practice of pharmacy.