A pharmacy is a place where a drug, medication or medical device can be purchased.
They are usually in a pharmacy or health centre, where patients can purchase prescriptions, medicines and supplies.
You can also order a medication online or check prices online from a pharmacy’s website.
Finding a pharmacy can be tricky, but we’ve put together a guide to help you find the right pharmacy in Sydney’s CBD.
Where can I get my prescription filled?
You can fill your prescription online, at a pharmacy, in a community pharmacy or online at a local pharmacy.
A pharmacist can also fill your prescriptions online from their website.
Where do I get a prescription filled in Sydney?
Find out where your nearest pharmacy is in Sydney.
The following is a list of the pharmacies and health centres that are available in Sydney: Central Business District (CBD): KPMG, GPs, Primary Health, St Vincent’s Hospital, Mount Druitt, Mount Street Primary School, St James’s Hospital Primary Care, St Mary’s Hospital and other locations in Sydney CBD.
Western Sydney: Westmead, Southmead and surrounding areas, South Coburg, North Coburg and South Meerut, North Ryde, North Wyong and surrounding communities.
Inner North: St George Hospital, St Joseph’s Hospital (East) and the Royal North Shore Hospital.
Western Highlands: Southport, North Ballarat and surrounding suburbs.
South Brisbane: The South Brisbane Hospital and the South East South Brisbane Health Campus are both located in the CBD.
North West: The North West Hospital, Northland Hospital, South Park and South East Northland Health Campus both are located in South Brisbane.
East Lonsdale: The East Lonza Hospital, East Lonetown Hospital and surrounding locations.
North Brisbane: South Park Hospital, The University of Queensland, South Brisbane, North Lonsbury, North Croydon, North East Brisbane, East Hills and surrounding towns and suburbs.
East Brisbane: Northland and surrounding community.
West Lonsland: The West Lonland Health and Research Centre, East Lakes and surrounding area.
North Ballantrae: North Ballants Creek Health and Wellness Campus, Northbrook, North Shore, Northport and surrounding South Brisbane and East Londons.
North Bundaberg: North Bundacruel Health and Regional Centre, North Burwood, North Brisbane and surrounding surrounding towns.
West Bundabingham: South Brisbane Regional Health and Social Services and surrounding rural communities.
The Brisbane City Health Board provides emergency medical services, including critical care, to patients and their families.
Find out more about their emergency service operations and the city’s health strategy.
In the CBD, you can also find health professionals in a number of health centres, including: St Vincent de Paul Health, South East Health, North Coast Health, East West Health, Westmeads, Northcote, North West, North Lygon, North Wagga Wagga, South West, South Swan and South Norwood.
Find a health centre near you here.
How do I order a medicine online?
You’ll need to use a third-party website to order a prescription online.
This is usually the only way to get a medication in Sydney for an emergency.
Find the nearest pharmacy, health centre or health care provider for online orders.
How can I find a pharmacy in my area?
You may need to visit a health care facility to get your medication.
The nearest health care centre will tell you where to find a health professional.
Ask the health professional to find out if they can give you a prescription in person.
They may need a patient ID or other form of identification to ensure you don’t miss your appointment.
A prescription may also be sent by courier, but that is usually expensive.
Find health professionals near you to help with any appointments.
Find pharmacies near you on our website.
How often do pharmacies close?
You should check the hours for your local pharmacy to find when it will be open and when it is closed.
You may also find a list on your local police station’s website or online from the local police precinct.
If your local pharmacies close at a certain time, it may be possible to get prescriptions filled online or in person, at the pharmacy.
The pharmacist will contact you for more information on this.
Find more information about closing pharmacies on our pharmacist’s website, or on the police station website.
Can I use a mobile phone to fill my prescription online?
Your prescription can only be filled by your pharmacist.
You will need to bring your prescription to the pharmacy, but you can order a mobile book for this from a health facility.
You won’t be able to check your prescription from your phone.
Find your nearest health professional in your neighbourhood for a prescription to fill online or to have a pharmacist fill your order for you.
You must bring your mobile book with you.
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