Fees

We are a mixed-billing practice.

Our fees are reviewed annually in November and aligned with AMA rates.

Cancellations: Please note we require a minimum of 2-hours notice prior to your appointment to cancel, otherwise a fee of $50.00 applies for "did not attend" or late cancellations. A minimum of 2-hours notice allows us to offer that appointment to someone else who is on our waiting list or needs to see a doctor on the day.

This fee needs to be settled prior to booking your next appointment and does not attract a Medicare rebate.

Standard Consultation (15 minutes) $98.00 $41.40 $56.60
Long Consultation (20-40 minutes) $180.00 $80.10 $99.90
Standard Consultation (15 minutes) $75.00 $41.40 $33.60
Long Consultation (20-40 minutes) $150.00 $80.10 $69.90
Standard Consultation (15 minutes) $125.00 $53.90 $71.10
Long Consultation (20-40 minutes) $198.00 $92.45 $105.55
Standard Consultation (15 minutes) $115.00 $41.40 $73.60
Long Consultation (20-40 minutes) $185.00 $80.10 $104.90

Please Note:

  • We bulk bill children up to 5 years of age (selected appointment times only) and DVA card holders.
  • Bulk-billing does not apply between the hours of 7.30am-9.00am, and from 4.00pm onwards on weekdays.
  • Saturday appointments will not be bulk billed. Restrictions apply to appointment types.
  • Telephone consultations will be charged at the same rate as in-person consultations. No Medicare rebate applicable if not seen face to face within the last 12 months
  • Use of the treatment room may incur additional fees.
  • A surcharge fee will be applicable for all credit or debit card payments to cover additional costs.

Please ask reception for a full list of fees.

Podiatry Fees

Initial (<20 Minutes) $130.00
Standard (20 minutes) $95.00

All GP Management Plans with valid Medicare cards are bulk billed.

Please provide all relevant documents, such as referrals upon booking your appointment.

Please ask at the reception for a full list of fees.

We understand that time is a valuable asset. Therefore we try our best to stay on time, however, sometimes due to emergencies this is not possible. Our reception staff will do their best to inform you should a doctor be running late. In return we ask that you help us stay on time by understanding the difference between a standard consultation and a long consultation.

What is a standard consultation?

Some examples may include:

  • Urine infection
  • Thrush
  • Morning after pill
  • Breast check
  • Rash
  • Skin infections
  • Upper respiratory tract infections
  • Asthma exacerbation
  • Blood pressure check
  • Ear infection
  • Sore eyes or ears
  • Minor injuries or infection
  • Sports injury

What is a long consultation?

Some examples may include:

  • Multiple minor problem appointment
  • Pregnancy visit
  • Menopause counselling
  • New patient starting on the pill
  • Asthma review with breathing tests
  • Initial travel advice visit
  • Counselling/depression/anxiety
  • Mental Health Plan
  • Cervical screening and breast check
  • STI check
  • Baby check at 6 weeks old - separate appointment for mum
  • Medicals (these must be pre-booked)
  • Full skin check
  • First presentation and investigations of headaches / tiredness / abdominal pain / back pain / chest pain / dizziness / abnormal vaginal bleeding / low abdominal pains
  • Ear syringing
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