Practitioner Only Policy
Integria Healthcare is proud to offer
exceptional products solely for use by healthcare professionals.
Those products are designated Practitioner-Only and are governed by
the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989 and Therapeutic Goods Regulations
1990. In order to assist in understanding our Policy in regards to
these products, please see below:
Access to Practitioner-Only Products
To purchase Practitioner-Only products and any information for
such products (product catalogues, websites etc), you must have a
recognised tertiary qualification or be a current member of a
recognised Australian association.
To apply for an account with Integria to purchase
Practitioner-Only products, you will need to provide copies of your
relevant qualifications or a Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA)
Advertising Exemption Certificate provided by your Association.
TGA Recognised Healthcare Practitioners
The TGA recognises the following healthcare practitioners:
- Medical practitioners, psychologists, dentists, pharmacists,
optometrists, chiropractors, physiotherapists, nurses, midwives,
dental hygienists, dental prosthetists, dental therapists or
- Herbalists, homoeopathic practitioners, naturopaths,
nutritionists, practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine or
podiatrists registered under a law of a State or Territory.
If you require further information please refer
Supply of Practitioner-Only Products
According to the TGA, therapeutic goods which are
labeled for 'practitioner dispensing only' should only be supplied
to an individual after consultation with a healthcare
A consultation with a Health Care Professional ought to provide a
discreet area where patient privacy can be assured and consultation
records should be maintained in compliance with the Health Care
Professionals Associations guidelines on prescribing.
Health Care Professional is required to supply an instruction
label with the product following a consultation.
Display of Practitioner-Only Products
For members of the Complementary Medicines Australia
(CMA), their Code of Practice requires:
All products must be located so that they are inaccessible for
self selection by anyone other than a Health Care Professional.
It is your own responsibility to be compliant with the
requirements of your professional association, professional
indemnity insurer and state or territory legal requirements.
This document was last updated on 14 June 2017