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The doctors at Medi7 Mooroolbark privately bill. Doctor consultation fees are payable in full at the time of consultation by cash, EFTPOS or credit card. Consultation fees are charged depending on a number of factors, including length of consultation and complexity of services provided.
If you have a Medicare Card, Medicare will refund you a proportion of your appointment fee (Medicare rebate), and the remaining amount will be your out-of-pocket cost. Medicare rebates are available for most medical services and can be deposited into your savings or cheque account at the time of payment if you have a savings or cheque card with you. Alternatively, your Medicare rebate will be transmitted directly to Medicare, where the rebate will be reimbursed to your nominated bank.
Doctors will bulk-bill their patients with a valid Medicare Card who are Concession, Pension and Health Care cardholders, children 15 years of age and under, or applicable Health Assessments and Chronic Disease Management Plans (except after 6:00pm on weekdays and for all weekends/public holidays).
In addition to consultation fees, a materials fee will be charged for all dressings, materials used in procedures, contraceptives, and certain vaccines. The materials fee applies to all patients.
Administering vaccinations will be bulk billed for Medicare cardholders; however, patients will still incur the vaccine cost. Non-Medicare cardholders will be charged privately for their vaccination appointment.
Patients with financial difficulties should speak with reception staff prior to an appointment, either in person or via telephone.
Please click here for a list of the GP consultation fees.