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Request an Online Script for only $17.90 anytime, day or night

Choose your medication and request an online script from an Australian Health Practitioner Agency (AHPRA) accredited doctor or nurse practitioner within 15 minutes*.

*Average wait time to receive an approved eScript

A prescription on a mobile phone screen

Need a single script?

Can’t get in to see your regular doctor and need a prescription? Select your medication from the provided list and have a short consult with an AHPRA registered medical practitioner within 15 mins 24 hours a day. Approved scripts are sent to your mobile device as an eScript.

How To Get A Prescription Online

Tell us about yourself 

Fill in your details (including Medicare number*) and select the script you’re requesting

Add payment details

Pay via our secure online gateway
You’re connected to an AHPRA registered doctor
Have a short consult with one of our doctors

Receive your scripts via SMS

Once approved you’ll receive an eScript sent to your mobile device via SMS.

Tell us about yourself 

Fill in your details (including Medicare number*) and select the script you’re requesting 

Add payment details

Pay via our secure online gateway

You’re connected to an AHPRA registered doctor

Have a short consult with one of our medical practitioners

Receive your scripts via SMS

Once approved you’ll receive an eScript sent to your mobile device via SMS. 

*Please note, a Medicare number or a Individual Healthcare Identifier (IHI) is required for a script to be issued.

Have Your Medication Home Delivered Within 2 Hours For $4.99

Upload your prescription and then choose a delivery time that suits you.

Conditions Online Scripts Are Available For

  • Acne 
  • Antidepressants 
  • Asthma 
  • Blood Pressure 
  • Blood Thinners 
  • Cholesterol 
  • Diabetes 
  • Gout 
  • Hayfever 
  • Heartburn & Reflux 
  • Men’s Health – Premature Ejaculation 
  • Men’s Health- Erectile Dysfunction 
  • Men’s Health- Hair Loss 
  • Men’s Health- Prostate Health 
  • Pain relief 
  • Sexual Health 
  • Skin 
  • Sleep 
  • Smoking Cessation 
  • Women’s Health – Contraception 
  • Women’s Health – HRT

Duac – clindamycin + benzoyl peroxide
Differin – adapalene
Epiduo – adapalene + benzyl peroxide
Epiduo Forte – adapalene + benzyl peroxide
Stieva-A – tretinoin
Acnatac – tretinoin + clindamycin

Cipramil – citalopram
Lexapro – escitalopram
Prozac – fluoxetine
Luvox – fluvoxamine
Aropax – paroxetine
Zoloft – sertraline
Pristiq – desvenlafaxine
Cymbalta – duloxetine
Efexor – venlafaxine
Valdoxan – agomelatine
Avanza – mirtazapine

Alvesco Inhaler – ciclesonide
Breo Inhaler – fluticasone furoate + vilanterol
Flixotide Accuhaler – fluticasone propionate
Flixotide Inhaler – fluticasone propionate
Flutiform Inhaler – fluticasone propionate + eformoterol
Pulmicort Turbuhaler – budesonide
Seretide Accuhaler – Fluticasone propionate + salmeterol
Seretide Inhaler – fluticasone + salmeterol
Symbicort Rapihaler – budesonide + eformoterol
Symbicort Turbuhaler – budesonide + eformoterol
Singulair – Montelukas

Accupril – quinapril
Norvasc – amlodipine
Tenormin – atenolol
Avapro – irbesartan
Avapro HCT – irbesartan + hydrochlorothiazide
Bicor – bisoprolol fumarate
Caduet – amlodipine + atorvastatin
Atacand – candesartan
Atacand – candesartan + hydrochlorothiazide
Coversyl – perindopril
Coversyl Plus – perindopril + indapamide
Coveram – perindopril + amlodipine
Cardizem – diltiazem
Exforge – amlodipine + valsartan
Exforge – amlodipine + valsartan + hydrochlorothiazide
Plendil ER – felodipine
Frusemide 40mg
Zanidip – lercanidipine
Betaloc – metoprolol
Micardis – telmesartan
Micardis Plus – telmesartan + hydrochlorothiazide
Olmetec – olmesartan
Olmetec Plus- olmesartan + hydrochlorothiazide
Physiotens – moxonidine
Minipress – prazosin
Twynsta – telmisartan + amlodipine
Tritace – ramipril
Sevikar – olmesartan + amlodipine
Sevikar – olmesartan + amlodipine + hydrochlorothiazide

Co-Plavix – clopidogrel + aspirin

Crestor – rosuvastatin
Lipitor – atorvastatin
Atozet – ezetimibe + atorvastatin
Vytorin – Ezetimibe + simvastatin
Zocor – simvastatin
Ezetrol – ezetimibe
Lipidil – fenofibrate
Pravachol – pravastatin

Diabex – metformin
Diabex XR – metformin
Diamicron – gliclazide
Trajentamet – linagliptin + metformin
Janumet – sitagliptin + metformin
Janumet XR – sitagliptin + metformin
Galvumet – vildagliptin + metformin
Kombliglyze XR – saxagliptin + metformin
Xigduo – dapagliflozin + metformin
Jardiamet – empagliflozin + metformin
NovoRapid FlexPen
Fiasp FlexTouch
NovoMix FlexPen
Ryzodeg FlexTouch
Levemir FlexPen
Toujeo Solostar
Optisulin Solostar
Apidra Solostar
Humalog KwikPen
Humalog Mix50 KwikPen
Humalog Mix25 KwikPen

Zyloprim – allopurinol
Colgout – colchicine
Indocid – indomethacin

Avamys – fluticasone
Dymista – azelastine + fluticasone
Omnaris – ciclesonide

Nexium – esomeprazole
Losec – omeprazole
Pariet – rabeprazole
Somac – pantoprazole
Zantac – Ranitidine

Estalis Continuous – estradiol + norethisterone
Estalis Sequi – estradiol + norethisterone
Estradot – estradiol
Progynova – estradiol
Angeliq 1/2 – estradiol + dropirenone
Kilovance 1/0.5 – estradiol + norethisterone
Kliogest 2/1 – estradiol + norethisterone
Femoston – estradiol + dydrogesterone
Sandrena Gel – estradiol
Vagifem Low – estradiol
Ovestin – estriol
Livial – tibolone
Primolut N – Norethisterone

Cialis – tadalafil
Viagra – sildenafil

Propecia – finasteride

Priligy – dapoxetine

Flomaxtra – tamsulosin
Duodart – dutasteride + tamsulosin

Voltaren – diclofenac
Orudis SR – ketoprofen
Ponstan – mefenamic acid
Naprosyn SR – naproxen
Celebrex – celecoxib
Mobic – meloxicam

Valtrex 500mg – valaciclovir
Aciclovir – Aciclovir
Famvir – Famciclovir

Aristocort – Triamcinolone
Eleuphrat – Betamethasone
Elocon – Mometasone
Advantan – methylprednisolone
Bactroban – mupirocin
Fucidin – Fusidate

Circadin – melatonin

Nicabate P – nicotine
Champix – varenicline
Zyban – bupropion

Qlaira – estradiol
Yasmin 3/30 – drospirenone + ethinylestradiol
Zoely 1.5/2.5 – estradiol + nomegestrol
Yaz 3/20 – drospirenone + ethinylestradiol
Diane 2/35 – cyproterone + ethinylestradiol
Levlen 150/30 – levonorgestrel + ethinylestradiol
Loette 100/20 – levonorgestrel + ethinylestradiol
Triquilar ED – levonorgestrel + ethinylestradiol
Triphasil – levonorgestrel + ethinylestradiol
Marvelon 150/30 – desogestrel + ethinylestradiol
Microgynon 125/50 ED – levonorgestrel + ethinylestradiol
Valette 2/30 – dienogest + ethinylestradiol
Minulet 75/30 – gestodene + ethinylestradiol
Microlut – levonorgestrel
Noriday – norethisterone
Nuvaring – ethinylestradiol + etonogestrel

Medication Not On The List?

You can still get your eScript via a standard GP consult. Hola Health doctors can provide a broader range of medications than you can request via the online scripts form. Speak with a GP about your individual health needs.
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Multiple Scripts Or Scripts With Multiple Repeats

If you require a prescription with repeats or more multiple prescriptions you will need a standard GP consult.

What can be prescribed online?

Our doctors can prescribe a range of medicines subject to the short consultation. Simply discuss your needs with our Australian accredited medical practitioners.

It’s important to note that the prescription of any medication is at the discretion of the consulting doctor and is not guaranteed. Our doctors cannot provide prescriptions for sedatives and any S8 classification medicine requested may be rejected or only provided in limited quantities. Refunds cannot be provided for consultations that don’t result in a prescription.

Frequently Asked Questions

You’ll need a working mobile phone or desktop computer with a stable internet connection and a front facing camera.

No. Any telehealth consult performed by a medical practitioner who is not the patients regular doctor cannot receive a Medicare rebate.

No, you require either a valid Medicare card or a Individual Healthcare Identifier (IHI) via Services Australia.

Once your consult has finished, your approved eScript will be sent to your nominated mobile device.

An online prescription is a safe and convenient way to recieve one-off prescriptions or to renew your regular prescription without having to see your local GP. After your consult, your prescription will be sent to your phone as an eScript. These are secure electronic scripts which are a QR Code scanned by your local chemist. Once you receive your online prescription you can walk into any pharmacy, have it scanned and dispensed. You can also upload to Hola Health and have your prescription filled and delivered within 2 hours for only $4.99.

Any prescriptions are issued at the discretion of the medical practitioner, who determines the best course of action. GPs and Nurse Practitioners are unable to prescribe schedule 8 medicines and schedule 4D medicines via a telehealth consultation.Schedule 8 and Schedule 4D medicines include but not exclusively;
Schedule S8: Alprazolam, Buprenorphine, Dexamphetamine, Fentanyl, Hydromorphone, Lis-dexamphetamine, Methadone, Methylphenidate, Morphine, Oxycodone, Tapentadol and Pethidine.
Schedule 4D: Benzodiazepines (Clonazepam, Diazepam, Oxazepam, Temazepam), Phentermine, Pregabalin, Testosterone, Modafinil, Zolpidem and Zopiclone.

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