Your Procedural Fees
“We assist patients with obtaining estimate hospital fees from the hospitals we use. It is your responsibility to confirm your level of cover with your health insurance fund, and any associated fees such as an excess or co-payment.”
At your initial consultation, we will give you will be provided with a quotation for the medical expenses of your procedure.
We will discuss the quotation with you in detail before your procedure, so that you have a full understanding of the costs involved. You will be liable for any costs not covered by Medicare or your health fund – otherwise known as Out-Of-Pocket Expenses.
We assist patients with obtaining estimate hospital fees from the hospitals we use. It is your responsibility to confirm your level of cover with your health insurance fund, and any associated fees such as an excess or co-payment.
Also you will be provided with an estimate of the anaesthetist’s fees, and you can contact the anaesthetist directly for a more accurate estimate when the surgery is booked.
Unless otherwise stated in your quotation, it does not cover services provided by other doctors (such as radiologists and pathologists), or other costs associated with your stay in the hospital or day surgery unit, such as accommodation, pharmacy and physiotherapy.
In the event of unforeseen circumstances, it may be necessary to arrange additional medical services, resulting in further charges to you. This information will be provided to you as soon as possible after treatment occurs
We accept cash, cheque, direct deposit, Visa, and MasterCard.
If your planned surgery is some months ahead, we will require a deposit to hold this booking.
All cosmetic plastic surgery fees include 12 months post-operative reviews.
If your surgery has a Medicare item number, you will be entitled to a rebate and we will issue the relevant itemised receipts to present to Medicare. In some cases, a rebate may also be obtainable from your private health insurance.
In certain situations, you can also claim a tax deduction for medical expenses. You would need to discuss this with your financial advisor.