Find information about the Guild's governance structure including the National Council, National Secretariat and branch committees.
National Secretariat operations focus on the following areas: Pharmacy Viability; Pharmacy Transformation; Engagement and Advocacy; and Corporate Governance and Services.
The National Council is the supreme governing body of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia. It lays down all Guild policies, decides major issues and has the power to amend the Constitution, subject to referendum where required.
Details of the Guild's Branch Presidents and Committee Members.
Read the Guild's latest Annual Report
Standards Development and Accreditation Committee
The Pharmacy Guild is an accredited Standards Development Organisation through the Standards Development and Accreditation Committee (SDAC)
Structure of the Guild
View the Guild corporate structure
Alteration to the Constitution
A notice was lodged with the Fair Work Commission on 22 November 2022 setting out the particulars of alterations to the Constitution of The Pharmacy Guild of Australia. The alterations to the Constitution, as voted on and approved by National Council, are set out below.
The reasons for these rule alterations are to:
Provide clarity that the next general Guild elections be held in 2024, following delays to the start of the current election term caused by COVID-19
Increase office terms from three to four years
Remove governance requirements that are now explicitly set out in the Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Act 2009