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Pharmacy - Ryde Hospital

Ground Floor, Building 6

Denistone Rd, Ryde

 

Eastwood

2122

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Pharmacy - Ryde Hospital

Contact us

General Enquiries: 02 9858 7513

Fax Number: 02 9858 7541

After Hours / Urgent Contact: For urgent issues, please call Ryde Hospital Switchboard 02 9858 7888.

Opening hours

Monday: 08:30 - 17:00
Tuesday: 08:30 - 17:00
Wednesday: 08:30 - 17:00
Thursday: 08:30 - 17:00
Friday: 08:30 - 17:00

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 What we do

The pharmacy service manages the safe and effective use of medications for patients receiving care at Ryde Hospital.

We provide information and support to the health care professionals, to patients and carers on the use of medication.

 What to bring

Patients who are admitted to hospital overnight should bring the medications they currently take.

Patients attending a consultation at the hospital should bring a list of all medications they are taking.

 When to visit us

Current inpatients of Ryde Hospital are eligible to receive medications from the pharmacy during their hospital stay and on discharge.

Patients discharged from Ryde Hospital may have their discharge prescriptions dispensed from the pharmacy.

Some patients attending Emergency Department and specialised outpatient services at Ryde Hospital may have prescriptions dispensed from the pharmacy.

We do not dispense medications from prescriptions written in the community by GPs, doctors or other hospitals.

 How to visit us

Ryde Hospital provides 350 FREE car parking spaces spread across 6 car parks.

The main carpark comprises both covered and open air parking spaces via Denistone Road.

The other large capark is a covered carpark in the basement of the Graythwaite Rehabilitation Centre via Fourth Avenue.

There is a patient drop off zone outside the Emergency Department and a small car park for patients being tested at the COVID clinic.

 Referral information

We provide a pharmacy service to the hospital and its specialist outpatient clinics.

We do not dispense medications from prescriptions written in the community by GPs, doctors or other hospitals.

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