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Fee increase 1st August 2023

Your health is important to both you and us.

Our practice is not immune to the current increased costs of doing business particularly paying our staff and securing supplies.

Medicare rebates have increased from 1st July.

We have increased our fees from 1st August, previously reviewed prior to COVID in 2019. Concession fees will remain the same at $70 and private will be $85 with a Medicare rebate of $41.20.

We will continue Bulk billing kids 15 under, pensioners 65 & over, Gold card DVA, GP Chronic Disease plans, 75+ Health Assessments, 715 health checks, healthy heart checks, 45-49 checks (excludes skin checks, procedures & Annual Driving Medicals will attract a private fee)

ALL Saturday consults are private fees

We thank you for your understanding and look forward to seeing you at your next appointment

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