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You can use your My Health Record to keep track of your medicines, including any medications you currently take, or allergies you might have.

The Medicines Information part of your My Health Record brings together information from other parts of your My Health Record and Medicare. This information is then presented in lists.  

Your healthcare providers, such as doctors and pharmacists, can also see this information, to assist them in providing treatment and care.

Available medicines information

In the Medicines Information section, there are three lists available:

  • Allergies & adverse reactions and medicines information - lists medicines you are taking, allergies and adverse reactions.
  • Prescription and dispense record - lists medications you have been prescribed by a doctor, or prescriptions dispensed by a pharmacist.
  • Medicare overview - information from Medicare that can include your MBS/DVA and PBS/RPBS claims information, as well as your organ and tissue donation decisions, which are sourced from the Australian Organ Donor Register.

Where to find medicines information

To find your medicines information in your My Health Record

  1. Log in to your My Health Record through myGov.
  2. Select the record that you would like to view.
  3. Select the ‘Documents’ tab at the top of the page.
  4. Select ‘Medicines information’.
  5. Select any of the following:
    • ‘Allergies & adverse reactions and medicines information’
    • ‘Prescription and dispense record’
    • ‘Medicare overview’

You should then be able to see your medicines information displayed in a list.