|(24 hours a day, 7 days a week) Phone 13 11 26|
|(Pharmacy locator and opening hours) |
Use the Basic or advanced search to find services offered or languages spoken that you require.
Community chemist emergency after hours: phone 02 9467 7100
|Find reliable information on medicines: Includes the consumer medicine information (CMI) for most prescription and some non-prescription medicines.|
|The Active ingredient name should remain constant even if you have different brands of generic medicines supplied from the community pharmacy. |
|Sometimes medicines have unexpected and undesirable side effects. The Adverse Medicines Events (AME) Line provides consumers with an avenue for reporting and discussing adverse experiences with medicines.|
Patients can report suspected adverse drug reactions (ADRs) to the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA).
This is an in-pharmacy, consumer-centered Medicines Use Review Program. The service includes a review of a consumer's medicines, focusing on education and self-management and aims to:
Identify problems that the consumer may be experiencing with their medicines
Help the consumer learn more about their medicines including how medicines affect medical conditions
Improve the effective use of medicines by consumers
Educate consumers about how to best use and store their medicines
Preventing a Venous Thromboembolism (VTE) or blood clot during and after a hospital admission
Information for patients and their family: VTE prevention patient info flyer [CEC]
Return unwanted medicines to your pharmacy for safe disposal. This project advocates for safe removal of medicines from the home. Do not flush your medicines down the toilet, throw them down the sink or place them in the garbage bin!