Pharmacists are required to sight the completed consent form to confirm that patients have given consent to have their co-payment paid by NSW Health.
Prescriptions filled at NSW public hospital pharmacies and NSW community pharmacies must be accompanied by the 3 Year Patient Consent Form. Existing 12 Month Patient Consent Forms remain valid and can be accepted until the renewal period on the form expires.
When prescriptions for s100 injectable and infusible chemotherapy medicines are filled through pharmacies used by NSW public hospital oncology services, a local pharmacy consent form must be signed by the patient. The 3 Year Patient Consent Form is not required.
Patients for consent information.
Community pharmacies submit co-payment claims for eligible patients to the Pharmacy Guild of Australia (PGA) to be reimbursed by NSW Health.
This applies to co-payments for medicines listed on the
PBS - s100 Highly Specialised Drugs (HSD) Program (Community Access schedules).
More information and resources, including guides and frequently asked questions can be found on
Pharmacy Guild of Australia (NSW Branch).
Public hospitals submit co-payment claims for eligible patients to the NSW Ministry of Health. Refer to the NSW Health
Section 100 Co-payments information bulletin for more information.
Co-payments for s100 Highly Specialised Drugs and s100 injectable and infusible chemotherapy medicines in NSW factsheet
NSW s100 co-payment enquires can be emailed to:
For more information on how NSW Health manages your personal information visit