Booking & Fees

Appointments

Camberwell Road Medical Practice runs on an appointment basis. Appointments may be made in person with one of our receptionists, or by calling 9834 7600. Standard consultations are booked in 15 minute intervals. If you require more time or need to discuss multiple issues please ask for an extended consultation when booking your appointment.

Walk-in patients will be accepted where possible however there may be an extended wait as patients with an appointment are given priority. All patients should present to reception with their current Medicare Card.

Our appointment system caters for urgent, non-urgent, complex, planned chronic disease and preventative healthcare. Urgent appointments will be seen by the next available Doctor. Please advise reception if you believe you require an urgent appointment.

Consultation Fees

Camberwell Road Medical Practice is a private billing practice. Payment is required at the time of consultation and can be made by cash, EFTPOS or credit card.  We are able to process your Medicare refund on the spot.

Fees vary due to the length and complexity of a consultation and are determined by individual doctors. Some doctors choose to bulk-bill aged or disability pensioners. If you are seeing a doctor who is not your usual doctor, check with the receptionist about their billing policy.

Worker’s Compensation and TAC patients must provide a claim number and relevant billing information.

Contact Information

Book appointment (03) 9834 7600 For after hours, please call Australian Locum Medical Services on 13 26 60

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Level 2, 124 - 126 Camberwell Road, Hawthorn East VIC 3123 Australia

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