HIV, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C Community Prescriber Programs
HIV and hepatitis B
General practitioners and community-based medical practitioners may apply for authority to prescribe section 100 (S100) highly specialised drugs (HSD) for the treatment of people with HIV and/or hepatitis B (HBV) in a community setting.
How to become an S100 HSD prescriber
On behalf of SA Health, the Australasian Society for HIV, Viral Hepatitis and Sexual Health Medicine (ASHM) administers the S100 HSD accreditation process in South Australia. Please follow the links below to the ASHM website for more information about the accreditation process:
HIV and HBV prescribers in South Australia
ASHM maintains a list of accredited S100 prescribers in South Australia:
The Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) listing of direct acting antiviral medications for hepatitis C (HCV) under section 85 (General Schedule) means medical practitioners no longer need to be accredited under the section 100 HSD program to be eligible to prescribe.
For further information on treating hepatitis C in the community, go to the Hepatitis C community prescribing page.