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eMedical online pharmacy is a compounding chemist, offering both standard prescription medications and compounding medication services to assist patients with specific needs. eMedical offers online medicine shipped across all of Australia. Established by general practitioners in Melbourne, eMedical understand that one size cannot fit all when it comes to medicine.
As long as you have the original prescription (signed by a practising doctor registered in Australia), your concessions or health care card, and your Medicare card, you can fill out our order form and place your order by mail, fax, or e-mail. If you want to speak to us in person, you can call us at 1800 200 736 on Monday through Friday, from 9:00am to 5:00pm.
eMedical will also accept recurring prescriptions. With your doctor’s script, you can place an initial order, and recurring medications will be delivered right to you.
There are five ways to obtain online prescription medication in Australia (prescription items are only available to customers within Australia). We are also an online compounding pharmacy.
eMedical Pharmacy is an online prescription pharmacy that allows you to order the following types of items online:
This is the commonest form of prescription. Prices for these medications are determined by the Federal Government. In most cases, the most you need to pay is $37.80 unless your doctor has prescribed a more expensive brand which a premium may be payable.
Further information about the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme and how it subsidises medications is available at the Health Insurance Commission website.
As for standard PBS medications, the price is provided. Your doctor must obtain permission to issue this type of medication, as allowed by criteria associated with certain medical conditions. In most cases, your doctor will have received permission by telephone before giving you the prescription.
These medications are not government subsidised. Prices vary a great deal across pharmacies. Our prices are the cheapest available. If you have private health insurance with pharmaceutical cover, you may be eligible to receive a rebate from your insurer.
Prices for most medications are $5.30.
If you have spent more than a certain amount on medications in a calendar year, you may be eligible to receive a Safety Net card. Safety Net card entitles you to free or discounted medications. See the note below Safety Net thresholds.
A detailed explanation of how the Safety Net Scheme works is on the Health Insurance Commission web site.
These items are available without needing a prescription.
There are different Medicare Safety Net thresholds depending on your circumstances.
|Threshold amount||Who it is for||How it is calculated||What the benefit is|
|Original||$440.80||All Medicare cardholders||Based on the gap amount||100% of schedule fee for out of hospital services|
|Extended Concessional and
FTB Part A
|$638.40||Concession card holders and families eligible for FTB Part A||Out of pocket costs||80% of out of pocket costs or the EMSN benefit cap for out of hospital services|
|Extended general||$2,000.00||All Medicare cardholders||Out of pocket costs||80% of out of pocket costs or the EMSN benefit cap for out of hospital services|