Appointments & Fees
Our practice operates on an appointment system and standard appointments are at 15 minute intervals.
To assist us in helping our doctors run on time, if you have a complex medical condition or more than two problems that need attention please ask reception for a longer consultation when making your appointment. The following all require a longer consultation time:
- Women’s health checks
- Annual check ups
- Insertion / removal contraceptive devices
- Insurance medicals
- Travel advice consultations
We keep some free appointments each day so that we can attend to urgent problems throughout the day. If you feel the matter is urgent for the day please advise reception.
Saturday afternoons/Sundays and Public Holidays are ‘walk – in’ only with no appointment necessary
As a private billing practice all our fees, including discounts such as bulk-billing are at the discretion of your Doctor.
A standard 15 min consultation is $90 during the week and the medicare rebate is $37.60
Standard consultation $90.00
Long consultation $180.00
Prolonged consultation $250.00
Fees on Weekends and Public holidays
Saturday consultations $100.00
Sundays and Public Holidays attract a surcharge. For fees charged on Sundays and Public Holidays please contact reception.
All consultations are privately billed Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays.
Reduced fees are available for those regular patients in financial need and we encourage you to discuss your situation with your Doctor.
For After Hours care, contact DoctorDoctor who provides access to bulk billed in home after hours medical care for unexpected illness and may connect patients who do not have a regular GP to daytime General Practice for their ongoing continuity of care.
Please phone (02) 9969 1633 for an appointment For after hours, please call the practice on (02) 9969 1633
- Opening hours
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