New Fees 2021 Private Fees

Bulk Billing Available:

-Veterans DVA Gold Card,

-Aged Pensioner 65 + 

-All children 15 years 

Short Consultation Item 3 = $38

Standard consultation Item 23 = $68

Long Consultation Item 36 = $103

IUD Insertion $153 with Medicare rebate

Iron Infusion $120 with small Medicare rebate

Minor Surgery is privately billed
Procedures include skin cancer management, removal of skin lesions, biopsies, suturing of cuts and lacerations, and the lancing of abscesses, boils and carbuncles. Fees for these procedures vary so please discuss and confirm the fees payable for your procedure with your doctor during your initial consultation.
Fees for these procedures vary so please discuss and confirm the fees payable for your procedure with your doctor during your initial consultation.

Your out of pocket expense after your Medicare rebate will be $50-90 or less depending upon the type of procedure performed.

Minor Surgery fees are payable at the final consultation following your procedure.

TELEHEALTH Consultations- are the same fees are face to face. 

(Enquiries 4930 4255) Please pay at the time of consultation by cash,  Visa or MasterCard.

Medicare rebates are eligible if you have attended face to face at the surgery in the last 12 months. Rebates can be submitted into your account or claimed through TYRO.

If you have any difficulty paying our fees at any time, please do not hesitate to discuss it with your GP or staff, as your health to us is worth so much more.

Appointment Cancellation Policy

We request that you provide a minimum of 2 hours notice if you cannot attend your appointment.

This provides us with the opportunity to offer your appointment to another patient who may need to see a doctor more urgently.  Please phone reception on 02 49304255 to cancel your appointment.

Cancellations and fees: Please contact us at least 24 hours prior to change/cancel your appointment. Patients failing to cancel/attend their appointment incur a $50 or $65 fee.


Please phone us for your results. We all share the responsibility to make sure your tests are acted upon if needed. Please don’t assume your results are normal.

Vaccine Storage

About your vaccines and medications requiring refrigeration – what you must know about storage and delivery

Vaccine storage requires constant maintenance of the ‘cold chain’ to ensure that a potent vaccine is administered to the patient. The ‘cold chain’ is the system of transporting and storing vaccines within the safe temperature range of between 2ºC to 8ºC.
Note: Most vaccines are damaged at 0º C.

We observe the national guidelines - but storage of your personal refrigerated vaccines and medications at practice is at your own risk.

Our Practice Policy: Storage of patient-owned vaccines and medications


  • Our practices – We take every possible precaution and strictly follow the National Vaccine Storage Guidelines ‘Strive for 5’.
    However,  due to unforeseen circumstances a breach in Cold Chain Management may occur e.g. a power outage.  In these circumstances, we are unable to guarantee the viability of vaccines or medications stored in our vaccine fridges.

  • By choosing to store vaccines in the practice vaccine fridges, the patient must accept they are liable for all costs associated with any loss, should unforeseen circumstances occur.

  • The practice accepts no responsibility for the patient’s personal storage and method of transport/delivery of their vaccines or medications, prior to these being received at the practice.

  • In accordance with storage guidelines and this policy, our nurses and doctors have the right to refuse administration of any vaccines or medications believed to have breached the National Vaccine Storage Guidelines ‘Strive for 5’.