• Representation and Dissemination Channel for Various Government Policies and Circulars
  • Daily Media Industry Tracker
  • Bimonthly CEO Dashboard
  • Quarterly Environmental Scan
  • Monthly Distributors Turnover Survey
  • Monthly Turnover Survey Ranking
  • Yearly Update on Healthcare Landscape
  • Various training related to the needs of the industry
PhAMA has 2 categories of membership namely ordinary members and associate members. Companies which are directly involved in the pharmaceutical business can apply for membership in PhAMA as ordinary members. For details on membership application, please contact the PhAMA Secretariat.
An Entrance Fee of RM1,000.00 for ordinary members and RM3,000.00 for associate members is charged for new members. The annual subscription for ordinary member is based on the member's annual sales turnover. Associate members have to pay an annual subscription of RM15,000.00 For further details, please contact the PhAMA Secretariat.
Non-PhAMA members are welcomed to take part in the selected events organized by PhAMA.
Please refer to our archives here to refer to our past and current stand on key issues.
PhAMA does not collect sales information for individual products. We do, however, collect Year-to-Date total sales figures from some of the members. The information collated is however only shared among those companies which take part in the PhAMA Ranking Survey.
The pharmaceutical industry offers various career pathways for different fields. Please click here to view the publications Jobs for fresh graduates - career opportunities & development.
All media requests should be directed to PhAMA's Executive Director.
If you would like to join the pharmaceutical companies, please click here for a list of our members. If you would like to undertake your industrial training at PhAMA please contact us at phama@phama.org.my.
Non-PhAMA members are not obliged to comply to the PhAMA Code of Practice. The association however encouraged the voluntarily adoption of its principles.
PhAMA and its members comply to the national regulatory requirement. Medicines must be dispensed to the patient based on the recommendation of healthcare professionals only.