The following fee schedule applies from August, 2022.
In order to bring you the quality care you deserve, it is essential that MMC bills for the services we provide. Please be aware of our non-attendance and accounts policies explained below.
General Practice and Integrative Medicine are charged at a different schedules – full fees table can be found here.
General Practice Fee Schedule
Initial consultations for all new patients will attract the fee appropriate to the time spent with your Doctor.
Concessions may apply to the following fees, EFTPOS surcharges are added to all EFT transactions:
Standard Consultation: $90.00, Medicare rebate $39.75
Long Consultation: $127.00, Medicare rebate $76.95
Extended Consultation: $165.00, Medicare rebate $113.30
Department of Veteran Affairs – gold card only bulk billed.
$40.00 + GST non-attendance/late cancellation fee is charged for missed appointments. Bookings cannot be made if fees are outstanding.
We’d rather you received care than a non-attendance fee. Please cancel with a minimum of 2 hours notice so we don’t have to charge you (1 business day for Integrative Medicine).
Integrative Medicine Fee Schedule
Initial and complex appointments (approx. 40mins): $305.00, Medicare rebate $113.30
Subsequent appointments (approx. 30mins) $205.00, Medicare rebate $76.95
Less complicated follow-ups (approx. 20mins): $145.00, Medicare rebate $39.75
Initial appointments must be paid for in advance on booking. Cancellations with less than 1 business day’s notice incur a non-attendance fee of the full appointment fee.
EFTPOS surcharges are added to all EFT transactions.
Please be aware of our policy on accounts for all services:
Our Practice doesn’t offer accounts. Once the service is supplied, payment is expected and appreciated. We cannot provide quality care without adequate payment for our services.
If the consult fee is not paid on the date of service an administration fee of $15 is added to the account and you will be unable to make appointments or access further services until the account is paid in full.
Patients with fees outstanding after 30 days will be referred to a debt collection agency and will no longer be seen in the practice. Costs incurred in debt collection will be added to outstanding fees.