Phi Delta Chi Professional Pharmacy Fraternity (ΦΔΧ)
Founded in 1883, Phi Delta Chi was developed as America’s first professional fraternity in pharmacy by 11 men at the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy. Phi Delta Chi aims to develop leaders to advance the profession of pharmacy. The annual Leader Development Seminar is an opportunity the fraternity provides for its members to further develop leadership skills. Phi Delta Chi is also involved with raising funds and awareness for the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Phi Delta Chi now numbers more than 43,000 pharmacists and students.
The PHI DELTA CHI FRATERNITY develops leaders to advance the profession of pharmacy, it is a lifelong experience, promoting scholastic, professional, and social growth in its Brothers. We are "Leaders in Pharmacy."
PHI DELTA CHI Brothers seek enhanced professional and personal success and satisfaction. PHI DELTA CHI helps both pharmacy students and pharmacists improve personal and professional skills, inspiring confidence and character and providing insight into human nature. PHI DELTA CHI encourages Brothers to develop as leaders, as excellent pharmacists, and as wellrounded citizens. Excellent pharmacists are the most important product of PHI DELTA CHI. In our union, we are Brothers for Life.
The best health care requires pharmacists committed to providing pharmaceutical care. PHI DELTA CHI Brothers aim to improve the health of their patients through the delivery of optimal pharmaceutical care. The crowning glory of all PHI DELTA CHI Brothers is to serve. By training, educating, preparing, and connecting excellent pharmacists, PHI DELTA CHI advances the public health and the profession.
For more information, please check out our national website. http://www.phideltachi.org/