Information about our procedure fees can be found in the section of each procedure. Please click the Button on the specific procedure page you are on to show you the fees.
We do not offer payment plans to assist with funding medical procedures.
We are often asked which health fund we recommend, but of course, we can’t give advice because it depends on your circumstances and needs. Many funds are run to benefit members, but some like NIB and Medibank are listed companies, which have a legal obligationContinue reading
If you are covered for your the hospital fees for your procedure by your health fund you may still have a policy excess fee to pay to the hospital on admission. This fee is typically up to $500 and your healthfund can advise you inContinue reading
Most health funds require 12 months of membership before covering procedures. Ask your healthfund if you have been a member long enough for your procedure to be covered.
For many procedures we offer, health insurance will often cover the majority of your hospital fees and a small portion of your Surgeon and Anaesthetist fees.
Contact your health fund with the medicare item number/s for your planned procedure and they will inform you if your policy will cover you for it. We will advise you of the medicare item number/s that relate to you surgery following your consultation.
Unfortunately, we are unable to offer a “no gap” or “bulk bill” service. There are significant gaps between the surgeon’s fees and the rebate from Medicare and your health fund. This is because these rebates have continued to lag well behind inflation and do notContinue reading
Price ranges for many of the most common procedures are available on this site under the Procedures tab on the menu (see the information on the particular operation you are interested in). A personalised quote will be provided to you following your consultation once theContinue reading
Pain and discomfort from large breasts often occurs in the shoulders, lower neck and/or back and can be at its worst during physical activity. A breast reduction reduces, and usually eliminates this pain whilst helping to enhance posture, overall appearance and self-esteem.