THE PHARMACY COUNCIL POLICY ON SUPERVISION OF PHARMACISIES

Following the acceptance of the recommendations presented to Council in November, 2012 aimed at improving superintendence of pharmacies, . click for more

PHARMACY COUNCIL NOTICE -

PHARMACY COUNCIL/USAID – DELIVER & MALARIA CARE

2014 NATIONAL CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAMME click for more

Welcome to Pharmacy Council Ghana

The Ghana Pharmacy Council is a statutory regulatory body established by an Act of Parliament, The Pharmacy Act, (Act 489 ) 1994. The Minister for health has ministerial responsibility over the Pharmacy Council. In accordance with Section (4) of the Pharmacy Act 1994, Act 489, members of Council are appointed by the President in consultation with the Council of state and are to hold office for three years after which a new Council is reconstituted.

Mission

The Vision of the council is " To guarantee the highest levels of pharmaceutical care " .

Vision

To secure the highest level of pharmaceutical care by ensuring competent pharmaceutical care providers who practice within agreed within agreed standards and are accessible to the whole population. In addition we shall collaborate with related local agencies and internatiintegrity, and professionalism

News and Events

UNAUTHORISED TUTORIALS FOR PHARMACY INTERNS

IT HAS COME TO THE NOTICE OF THE PHARMACY COUNCIL THAT UNAUTHORISED TUTORIALS ARE BEING CONDUCTED FOR PHARMACY INTERNS OUTSIDE THE ACCREDITED PHARMACY INTERNSHIP SITES FOR A FEE:more

2013 CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAMME FOR PHARMACISTS

The Ministry of Health (MoH) through the Ghana Health Service (GHS), National Malaria Control Programme (NMCP) and the Pharmacy Council invites all Pharmacists to participate in the 2013 Continuing Education Programme for Pharmacists under the theme:  ‘Improving Malaria Management using Rapid Diagnostic Test (RDT) -The Role of the Community Pharmacist’.:more

OFFENCES AND SANCTIONS/PENALTIES

In accordance with section 45 of the Pharmacy Act, 1994 (Act 489) and Pharmacy Practice Regulations, LI 1645 of 1998, the Pharmacy Council wishes to remind pharmacists, pharmaceutical companies and licensed chemical sellers that the following are the offences and penalties in relation to pharmacy under the Pharmacy Act, 1994 and Food and Drugs Law, 1993 (PNDCL 305B) more

  • Council conducts swoop on illegal facilities in Ashaiman and its environs
  • Participate in policy fair

 

General Public

The Pharmacy Council wishes to remind all Pharmaceutical Service Providers particularly pharmacists and proprietors of pharmacy businesses that any pharmacy that is opened to the public for pharmacy business should have on the premises a Registered Pharmacists to supervise dispensing of medicines or medication.

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