PBS and RPBS stationery

Stationery for public hospitals without a pharmacy

About stationery that public hospitals without pharmacies use to prescribe PBS medicines and administer the PBS and how to get the stationery.

Public hospital without a pharmacy - non-dispensing - prescribing all PBS medicines

The table below outlines how to get prescription forms and PBS safety net stationery for non-dispensing public hospitals without a pharmacy prescribing all PBS medicines, including highly specialised drugs, trastuzumab and chemotherapy.

Stationery type About the stationery Getting your stationery When you can expect to get it

PBS Safety Net prescription record form and application for a Safety Net card

A form for customers to keep a record of their PBS medicines supplied through a community pharmacy and a public hospital outpatient department.

Download the PBS/RPBS Safety Net prescription record form and application for a Safety Net card form (PB240).

N/A - you download it directly from our website.

Hospital prescription form - computer generated, portrait

Approved public hospitals can use the A4 blue computer-generated prescriptions.

Hospital details are printed on the front of this prescription form.

Log on to the ordering portal for PBS stationery on the Camerons Group website to submit your order.

The Camerons Group sends orders within 28 business days.

Hospital prescription form - landscape, personalised

You can use the A4 hospital prescription pad to prescribe up to 10 standard or authority required items per prescription. Hospital details are pre-printed on this form.

Hospital prescription form - portrait, personalised

You can use the A4 hospital prescription pad to prescribe up to 10 standard or authority required items per prescription. Hospital details are pre-printed on this form.

If online ordering isn't available, fax your order to the Camerons Group on 02 9933 4444.

Section 100 public hospital without a pharmacy - non-dispensing - prescribing highly specialised drugs and trastuzumab only

The table below outlines how to get stationery items and forms for a public hospital without a pharmacy - non-dispensing - prescribing highly specialised drugs and trastuzumab, and supplying through an agent - section 100 public hospital.

Stationery type About the stationery Getting your stationery When you can expect to get it

PBS Safety Net prescription record form and application for a Safety Net card

A form for customers to keep a record of their PBS medicines supplied through a community pharmacy and a public hospital outpatient department.

Download the PBS/RPBS Safety Net prescription record form and application for a Safety Net card form (PB240).

N/A - you download it directly from our website.

Manual payment reconciliation
 

Use this form - formerly PB047 - claim for payment/payment reconciliation - to manually place a claim for supplying PBS items or highly specialised drugs. If you claim electronically, you don’t need to use this form.

Download the approved supplier manual payment reconciliation form (PB242).

N/A - you download it directly from our website.

Non-PBS reform public hospitals prescribing HSDs and trastuzumab only authority prescription form

You can use the blue handwritten Non-PBS reform public hospital pad to prescribe only 1 authority required items per prescription. Hospital details are pre-printed on this form.

Log on to the ordering portal for PBS stationery on the Camerons Group website to submit your order.

The Camerons Group sends orders within 28 business days.

If online ordering isn't available, fax your order to the Camerons Group on 02 9933 4444.

Public hospital participating in the Joint PBS Safety Net Scheme

The table below outlines how to get PBS safety net stationery for public hospitals participating in the Australian Government's Joint PBS Safety Net Scheme.

Stationery type About the stationery Getting your stationery When you can expect to get it

PBS Safety Net prescription record form and application for a safety net card

A form for customers to keep a record of their PBS medicines supplied through a community pharmacy and a public hospital outpatient department.

Download the PBS/RPBS Safety Net prescription record form and application for a Safety Net card form (PB240).

N/A - you download it directly from our website.

If online ordering isn't available, fax your order to the Camerons Group on 02 9933 4444.

This information was printed Monday 20 May 2019 from https://www.humanservices.gov.au/organisations/health-professionals/services/medicare/pbs-and-rpbs-stationery/how-get-your-pbs-stationery/stationery-public-hospitals-without-pharmacy It may not include all of the relevant information on this topic. Please consider any relevant site notices at https://www.humanservices.gov.au/individuals/site-notices when using this material.

Page last updated: 9 April 2019