About the NSW Pharmacy Trial

​From 31 July 2023, more than 1000 participating pharmacies can provide treatment for uncomplicated urinary tract infections (UTIs) in women aged from 18 to 65 years (inclusive) as part of the NSW Pharmacy Trial.

You are eligible for UTI treatment at a participating pharmacy if you are:

  • female
  • aged between 18 to 65 years (inclusive)
  • displaying symptoms consistent with an uncomplicated UTI, which may include:
    • burning or stinging (hurting) when you urinate, or a
    • frequent or urgent need to urinate.

About the pharmacy consultation

Visit the NSW Pharmacy Trial - Participating pharmacies page to check for your nearest participating pharmacy and to find their contact details.

Call the pharmacy before you go to check opening hours and to ask if you need to book a consultation.

At your consultation with the pharmacist, you will be provided with a participant information sheet and asked additional screening questions. This is to ensure you receive the right treatment and care at an appropriate time.

You may be referred to your doctor (GP) or the Emergency Department if you require additional care or urgent treatment.

Find a participating pharmacy

Search for a pharmacist near you that is taking part in the trial and can provide advice.

NSW Pharmacy Trial - Participating pharmacies

NSW Pharmacy Trial - Frequently asked questions

Get answers to Frequently asked questions - UTIs and the NSW Pharmacy Trial.

Information in your language

Find answers to frequently asked questions in your language below. You can also talk to your pharmacist and tell them you need an interpreter.


Current as at: Wednesday 27 September 2023
Contact page owner: Pharmaceutical Services