About the NDSS

The National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS) is a government program that provides diabetes education, information and support services to people living with diabetes.

Register with the NDSS

Registration with the NDSS is free to all eligible individuals who are diagnosed with diabetes.

The NDSS is designed to assist you to self-manage your diabetes. The benefits of being registered with the NDSS include:

  • access to a range of subsidised products, such as blood glucose testing strips, via your NDSS access point pharmacy.
  • diabetes and health information, education and support services that you can access through Diabetes Queensland.

To register with the NDSS; complete the registration form, have it certified by a registered medical practitioner, nurse practitioner or credentialled diabetes educator and return the form to the NDSS.

Register with the NDSS

Diabetes products

NDSS access point pharmacies provide subsidised products and information to people living with diabetes. They are located across Queensland. Find your closest NDSS access point pharmacy.

You can also purchase diabetes products from our online shop. If you are a member of the Diabetes Queensland Live Your Life Community you will receive a discount. Visit diabetesshop.com to find out more.

Online Services Directory

The NDSS Online Services Directory is a list of health professionals who can help you manage your diabetes. You can search for doctors, endocrinologists, diabetes educators, dietitians or other health professionals in your area. You can also search for a NDSS access point pharmacy in your area.

Search our Online Services Directory for a health professional or NDSS Pharmacy in your area, or call the NDSS Helpline on 1800 637 700.

NDSS National Helpline

The National helpline takes calls from people wanting information and support for managing diabetes. Call 1800 637 700 to speak to our friendly helpline team or email ndss@diabetesaustralia.com.au

Join our community of over 33,000 people living with diabetes