Fast Online Prescriptions for Hundreds of Common Medications

How it works?

  • Select your medication.

  • Complete a quick online medical consultation 

  • Select a local Pharmacy near you for pick up.   

What is InstantScripts®?

InstantScripts® is a secure platform that offers prescriptions for customers after they complete a short digital consultation. 

Once a customer completes the short digital consultation, it is sent to an FRACGP doctor for review. If deemed appropriate, the prescription is then emailed to the patient's preferred pharmacy and the original is sent to the pharmacy in the post.

InstantScripts® is helpful for people who have lost their prescription, are time-short, need a quick repeat of a prescription, or when their doctor is not readily accessible.

Key features

Safe & Secure

Clinically run and managed


Stay on top of your treatments


Fast Scripts, anywhere, anytime

Hundreds of Pharmacies Available Australia Wide

Frequently asked Questions

  • What sort of medications are available through InstantScripts®?

    InstantScripts® offers over 300 common medications for both everyday conditions that customers may experience for the first time, as well as ongoing needs or chronic illnesses that have already been diagnosed.  

    Some of the common medications and conditions being treated include:

    • Women's health and contraceptives refills
    • Men’s health, erectile dysfunction medication, premature ejaculation treatment
    • Urinary tract infections (UTI) treatment
    • Herpes treatment
    • Asthma Inhalers
    • High Blood Pressure
    • Gout 
    • Pain medication
    • Cholesterol medication
    • Heart Burn
    • Anti depressants and SSRIs
    • Hormone Replacement 
    • Melatonin
    • Nasal Sprays
    • Steroid Creams
    • Prescription skin care products for acne and Rosacea

    Schedule 8 and schedule 4D medications will not be prescribed by our doctors. Please do not initiate a consultation for these medications, it is best to seek help from your local GP.

  • Who signs the prescription?

    Every clinical questionnaire is reviewed and a prescription is signed by a local GP.

    The prescription is e-mailed to the pharmacist and an original is sent within two weeks.

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