Who we are
The Association of Hospital and Administrative Pharmacists of Nigeria (AHAPN) is a Technical arm of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN), comprising of pharmacists who practice in organized healthcare settings, the general well-being of public health and effective service delivery.
The mission of the Association of Hospital and Administrative Pharmacists of Nigeria is to represent the interest of its members by providing leadership that will enable Pharmacists in organized healthcare settings to provide high-quality Pharmaceutical services that foster the efficacy, safety, and cost-effectiveness of drug use; contribute to programs and services that emphasize the health needs of the public and the prevention/management of diseases, promote the welfare of its members and Pharmacy as an essential component of the healthcare delivery.
Aims and Objectives
To maintain a high standard of professional ethics and discipline among members
To protect, project and harmonize the interest of its members, providing leadership that will enable pharmacist in organized healthcare setting provide high quality pharmaceutical care.
To conduct and collaborate with governmental and non-governmental organizations in the field of operational research, particularly in the areas of practice.
To pursue with vigour all matters relating to the welfare of its members
To update the practice methods of members by organizing seminars, scientific conferences and continuing education programmes
To establish and maintain cordial relationship with all other sections of the PSN and other related professional bodies.
Welcome To Our Asscociation
The Association of Hospital and Administrative Pharmacists of Nigeria (AHAPN), is a technical arm of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria, (PSN), who practice in organized healthcare settings including Regulatory Agencies and Administrative organs of government. It endeavors to create an environment in which Pharmacists can focus on the full potential of their knowledge and expertise on patient care, drug management, hospital administration and management/registration for the general well-being of public health and effective service delivery.
Dr. Kingsley Chiedu Amibor