That’s My Pharmacist Campaign

That's My Pharmacist is a public relations initiative that encourages patients to get to know their pharmacist. In 2014, 4.3 billion prescriptions were filled in the U.S. Although the average American makes frequent trips to the pharmacy for themselves or their family, most people don’t even know the name of their pharmacist and may not have a clear understanding of the prescriptions they take and what their pharmacist can help with.

Pharmacists are the most accessible health care provider, whose ultimate goal is to keep patients healthy and safe. Pharmacists are also the medication experts, providing patients with all the information they need to have safe and effective outcomes from their medication therapy.

The Michigan Pharmacists Association (MPA) and Michigan Society of Health-System Pharmacists (MSHP) Public Affairs Committee has made resources available for patients, including a brochure with a personal medication card, posters and flyers. These resources were revamped in 2015 and feature updated design and messaging!

Consider utilizing these materials to educate yourself on the important role that you can play in your own health care as well as the role of your pharmacist and how they are working to improve the health of patients everyday. 

If you have any questions, please contact MSHP/MPA Public Affairs Committee Staff Liaison Kristina Bird at (517) 377-0232 or


Utilize the following customizable full-page advertisement to promote the valuable role of pharmacists. Add your logo and contact information in the white area located at the bottom of the customizable ad.

Brochure and Medication Card

This printable, tri-fold brochure includes one panel that's a personal medication card that you can use to record your prescription and nonprescription medications, herbals, vitamins and supplements. The brochure also features information on your pharmacist's role in managing your medication, your role in managing your medication, the importance of taking your medications and 10 medication questions that your pharmacist can answer. The medication card is also offered as a standalone resource separate from the brochure.


Take advantage of these flyers that highlight various ways that pharmacists can help you improve your health! These PDF files can be downloaded, printed and used for educational purposes. In addition, there is a version of each that can be customized with your own logo.

Health Observances

Additional Flyers:

  • "Did You Know" Flyer: This flyer serves to answer questions that may be on your mind as a patient. The three sections of this flyer communicate pharmacists' field of expertise, background and what makes them qualified to provide patient services. This flyer also let's patients know what specific healthcare services pharmacists are able to provide. 
  • Fact Flyer: This easy-to-navigate fact flyer covers a variety of Michigan health-related facts and statistics including asthma, heart disease, diabetes and chronic kidney disease, and the ways in which Michigan pharmacists can directly impact those disease states. This flyer demonstrates to patients how pharmacy services are hugely beneficial to their overall healthcare. 
  • Transitions of Care Guide: This guide is perfect for patients who have just been released from the hospital. Not only does this flyer have a checklist of what patients should do immediately after leaving the hospital, it also provides a comprehensive list of questions to ask the pharmacist about how their hospital stay may impact their medication use. 


Print off the following poster and hang it up to help promote the That's My Pharmacist campaign! There is also a customizable version of the poster that allows you to add your own logo.

Anti-Smurfing Campaign

Utilize the posters below to bring awareness to smurfing, or buying psuedoephedrine medications for a friend or stranger for the production of methamphetamines (meth). Place the posters in your practice settings to educate the public and deter potential instances of smurfing.