Booking & Fees

To book an appointment, you can phone the practice between 8.30am and 7.30pm each week day and Saturdays between 8.30am and 3.30pm.

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 We have now introduced online bookings for your appointments. Visit or download the free GP4ME APP on your smartphone today!

Kelso Medical Centre is a bulk billing centre for all  patients with a valid Medicare card.
All other services attract a fee that are not covered by Medicare.

They include:

All medicals: Pre Employment, Insurance, RTA , Public Passenger Vehicle Driver, Taxi,  Mining, Truck Industry, Trotting, Speedway Racing and Cadet medicals, just to name a few.

Workers Compensation: Is billed to the insurance company once you have obtained your company details, the acceptance letter and a claim number. Until these requirements are obtained,  the patient or the employer is responsible for payment on the day of  consultation.

Private Patients:  Patients with no Medicare card will be required to pay for their consultation on the day.

Patients requiring instant INR testing will be charged a small fee of $5.00 to cover cost of the test strip. Some patients that require high end or complex wound dressings will need to pay a small charge to contribute to the costs. This cost will depend on the type & size of the dressing used. There is always a free option available, however it may require you to change the dressing more regularly.

Payment methods: We have EFPOS or credit card (except Dinners) for you convenience or cash, Insurance companies may also pay by cheque.

Contact Information

Book appointment (02) 6332 5857 For after hours, please call (02) 6333 2888 Fax- (02) 6331 8268

Opening hours
13 Marsden Lane, Kelso NSW 2795 Australia

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