Quit Smoking Today

Embrace a Smoke-Free Life with Our Guided Quit Clinic Program

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Embark on your journey to a smoke-free life with the ease and convenience of Aussie Clinic’s online telehealth services. Our compassionate team of healthcare professionals specialises in telehealth-based smoking cessation support – wherever you are in Australia. With our bulk-billed appointments, you can receive expert guidance and personalised quit smoking strategies without the added financial stress. Connect with us from the comfort of your home and take the first step towards healthier living today!

Book Your Quit Smoking Consultation Now

Connect with our telehealth specialists for a personalised quit smoking plan from anywhere in Australia. Our convenient, bulk-billed online appointments are designed to fit your schedule and support your journey to becoming smoke-free.

Start Your Online Assessment

Learn about the process for nicotine replacement therapy through a straightforward online questionnaire. Our telehealth services are designed to provide you with information on available treatments and guide you through the next steps of your quit smoking journey.

Smoking Cessation Treatments Tailored for You

Our Process


Consult with a Specialist

Friendly bulk-billed phone consultation with a TGA-approved Authorised Prescriber of nicotine.


Prescription Delivery

If eligible, receive your prescription instantly via SMS after your consultation.


Local Pharmacy Pickup

Conveniently fill your prescription at one of over 5,500 pharmacies nationwide.

Why Choose Aussie Clinic?

Ready to take the first step towards a smoke-free life? Click “Book Appointment” to book your consultation and begin your journey with us.

Expert Care: Our team of healthcare professionals is TGA-approved and highly experienced in smoking cessation.

Customized Approach: We believe there’s a solution for everyone. Our programs are tailored to your unique needs and circumstances.

Supportive Environment: We provide a non-judgmental, supportive space to discuss your challenges and victories.


Most frequent questions and answers

In Australia, there are several options to help you quit smoking, including Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) or prescription medications as well as behavioral therapies and counseling services.

Nicotine is legal in Australia, but it requires a prescription from a registered Australian doctor. Nicotine products are regulated by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) and are considered for use when other smoking cessation methods have not been successful.

NRT is a well-established method for quitting smoking and is effective in reducing withdrawal symptoms and cravings. It is available in various forms like patches, gum, lozenges, and inhalers. Its effectiveness increases when combined with behavioral support.

Yes, the Australian Government provides resources and support through programs like Quitline, a confidential telephone advice service. Additionally, there are various state-specific initiatives and resources available online.

Smoking cessation programs typically offer personalised plans, ongoing support, follow-up appointments, and access to healthcare professionals. They provide strategies for dealing with cravings and triggers, and some also offer group therapy or support groups.

Withdrawal symptoms can be managed with the help of NRT, medications, and support from healthcare professionals. Strategies like exercise, mindfulness, and healthy diet changes can also be beneficial.

Yes, it’s very common to make multiple attempts before successfully quitting smoking. Each attempt is a learning experience, and it’s important to understand that quitting is a process that might require several tries.

The immediate health benefits include improved heart rate and blood pressure, better circulation, and increased lung function. Over time, the risk of chronic diseases like heart disease and lung cancer significantly decreases.

In Australia, some smoking cessation treatments are subsidized under the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS). Check with your healthcare provider or pharmacist about the eligibility for subsidized treatments.

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