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Balmain Hospital Pharmacy

Main Pharmacy

Balmain Hospital Pharmacy is responsible for discharge dispensing and inpatient medication supply to all areas and clinics within the hospital.

Clinical Pharmacy services include medication supply, medication chart review, therapeutic drug monitoring, clinician education, medication counselling and provision of medicines information to patients.

Balmain Pharmacists are responsible for communicating all medication changes on discharge by providing medication lists to patients and liaising with community pharmacists for patients with dose administration aids.

Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 8.30am–5pm (closed public holidays)
Address: 29 Booth St, Balmain, NSW 2041
Phone: 02 9395 2105

Canterbury Hospital Pharmacy

Main Pharmacy (Outpatient prescriptions only)

The Main Pharmacy at Canterbury Hospital is responsible for medication supply to patients, wards and clinics in all areas of the hospital.

Clinical pharmacy services include medication supply, medication chart review, therapeutic drug monitoring, clinician education, medication counselling and provision of medicines information to patients.

Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 9.30am–4.30pm (closed public holidays)
Address: Level 2, Canterbury Hospital, 575 Canterbury Road, Campsie
Phone: 02 9153 2462
Fax: 02 9153 2682

Concord Hospital Pharmacy

Main Pharmacy (Outpatient prescriptions only)

The Main Pharmacy at Concord Hospital is responsible for medication supply to patients, wards and clinics in all areas of the hospital.

Clinical Pharmacy services include medication supply, medication review and optimisation of therapy, therapeutic drug monitoring, clinician education, medication counselling and provision of expert medicines information to patients and fellow members of the health care team.

Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 9.30am–4.30pm (closed public holidays)
Address: Ground Floor (adjacent to Florist), Concord Hospital,
1A Hospital Road, Concord West
Phone: 02 9767 6214
Fax: 02 9767 8436

Cancer Centre (Oncology) Pharmacy (Outpatient prescriptions only)

The Concord Cancer Centre (Oncology) Pharmacy at Concord Hospital is staffed by a team of pharmacists and pharmacy technicians and provides a specialised service for Haematology and Medical Oncology patients.

Clinical pharmacy services include sterile cytotoxic medication and immunotherapy compounding, medication supply, clinical review of chemotherapy protocols, medication counselling and provision of medicines information to patients and specialised clinicians.

Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 9am–4.30pm (closed public holidays)
Address: Ground Floor (adjacent to Concord Cancer Centre),
Rusty Priest Building 60, 1A Hospital Road, Concord West
Phone: 02 9767 5070
Fax: 02 9767 7825

Mental Health Pharmacy (Outpatient prescriptions only)

The Concord Centre for Mental Health Pharmacy is staffed by a team of pharmacists and a pharmacy technician. Clinical pharmacists at Concord Centre for Mental Health are responsible for the effective provision of high-quality pharmaceutical services and provide expert advice relating to the specialty area of mental health to health care professionals and clients. In addition, they are also heavily involved in patient medication counselling and therapeutic drug monitoring.

Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 9am–12.30pm and 2–4pm (closed public holidays)
Address: Concord Centre for Mental Health, Centre Administration Building, 1A Hospital Road, Concord West
Phone: 02 9767 8877
Fax: 02 9767 8881

Investigational Drugs Unit (Clinical Trials)

The Concord Investigational Drugs Unit is staffed by a team of pharmacists and a pharmacy technician. The unit is responsible for the administration and dispensing of approximately 160 drug clinical trials from phase 1 to phase 4, including several studies in the specialty areas of Haematology, Oncology and Gastroenterology. In addition, the unit is responsible for the procurement of investigational drugs under the Special Access Scheme.  

Concord Hospital Medical Centre Pharmacy

A community pharmacy is available on-site (outside the main entrance next to Concordia Café) for over-the-counter products and non-hospital prescriptions.

Phone: 02 9743 4600

RPA Hospital Pharmacy

Main Pharmacy 

The Main Pharmacy at RPA Hospital is responsible for discharge dispensing and inpatient medication supply to all areas and clinics within the hospital. Clinical pharmacy services include medication supply, medication chart review, therapeutic drug monitoring, clinician education, medication counselling and provision of medicines information to patients. This area is also responsible for the procurement and supply of medications, both registered and SAS, and the manufacture and preparation of extemporaneous products, and non-cytotoxic sterile products.

Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 8.30am–5pm (closed public holidays)
Address: Level 4, Victoria Pavilion (Building 65), RPA Hospital
Missenden Road, Camperdown, NSW 2050
Phone: 02 9515 8261
Fax: 02 9515 5678

Outpatients Pharmacy (Outpatient prescriptions only)

The Outpatients Pharmacy at RPA Hospital is responsible for outpatient medication supply to patients from all areas and clinics within the hospital.

Opening hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 8am–5pm 
Tuesday, 8am–7pm
(closed public holidays)
Address: Level 5 (near the ramp), Victoria Pavilion (Building 65), RPA Hospital
Missenden Road, Camperdown, NSW 2050
Phone: 02 9515 8617
Fax: 02 9515 7338

Infusion Centre (Cytotoxic) Pharmacy

The Infusion Centre (Cytotoxic) Pharmacy at RPA Hospital provides a specialised service for preparation of all doses of injectable cytotoxic drugs used in the hospital.

Address: Building 24 (Behind King George V Building), RPA Hospital
Susan Street, Camperdown, NSW 2050
Phone: 02 9515 6188
Fax: 02 9515 8722

Investigational Drugs Unit (Clinical Trials)

The RPA Hospital Investigational Drug Unit is responsible for the administration and dispensing of drug clinical trials from phase 1 to phase 4.

The Unit aims to:

  • Optimise patient outcomes by working to achieve the best possible quality use of investigational drugs
  • Support and promote the safe and ethical use of investigational drugs
  • Apply the principles of pharmaceutical care to the evaluation of new drugs
  • Ensure pharmacy aspects of the use of investigational drugs complies with the relevant Acts, Standard Codes and Practice
  • Consider the welfare of subjects and protection of their rights and confidentiality
  • Support and promote medical and pharmacy research

Medicines Information Unit

Provides a medicines information service to all staff and patients of the hospital and the surrounding community. It also provides support for Adverse Medicine Reaction reporting.