The Pharmaceutical Chamber of Serbia is a professional and regulatory body operating in the Republic of Serbia. This is the biggest and the most prestigious professional institution of pharmacists, which sublimates the highest categories of ethics – morals, rights and the quality provision of services. Society expects the Pharmaceutical Chamber of Serbia to improve conditions relating to the provision of pharmaceutical services, to protect the professional interests of all its members and to participate in the organisation of improvements to and implementation of healthcare, as well as to work in the interests of protecting the entire population of Serbia and in ensuring their rights to healthcare are met.
According to the Law on Healthcare Chambers, the Chamber, as a professional body supervising over masters of sciences of pharmacy - pharmacists, drafts the Code of Ethics, keeps track of Chamber members, renews and revokes the licenses issued to Chamber members who are registered in the List of Chamber Members and keeps track of issued, renewed and revoked licenses, as well as performing other duties as prescribed by law.
Membership with the Chamber is mandatory for all pharmacists who perform pharmaceutical activities as part of their professions within the Republic of Serbia, while Chamber membership is voluntary for everyone else.
The Pharmaceutical Chamber of Serbia marks 30 April as National Pharmacy Day in Serbia.
The Assembly of the Pharmaceutical Chamber of Serbia established the Stevan Šukljević Award, in honour of the friends, associates and the esteemed pharmacist Stevan Šukljević, M.Sc.Pharm. Since 2017, the award is presented to mark the occasion of National Pharmacy Day in Serbia.
The Pharmaceutical Chamber of Serbia has been an observer member of the Pharmaceutical Group of the European Union (PGEU) since 2016 and a member of the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) since 2001.