Fees & Medicare Rebates
Fees are based on appointment length and complexity. A list of all our fees:
Fees and rebates are subject to change without notice. Procedures such as excisions, audiograms, ECG, spirometry and vaccinations, nursing services, wound dressings carry additional charges. For more details regarding our fees, please call our reception staff.
Caligem Health is an Australian Government Approved Yellow Fever Vaccination Centre.
All vaccinations and medications supplied by Caligem Health will incur additional fees.
Repeat prescriptions may be issued to patients either during a consultation or following a phone request.
Patients requesting a repeat prescription by phone must allow 24 hours. To cover the doctor’s time in reviewing your clinical file, issue of the script and administration costs, there is a nominal charge of $20 for the to be collected or faxed and posted to a pharmacy.
Payment can be made over the phone by credit card.
If possible, please telephone before noon if a home visit is required.
Home visits are available for patients of the clinic who live within a reasonable distance of the practice and have a medical condition that prevents them attending the practice. We charge standard AMA rates, payable on the day. There is a partial rebate from Medicare.
Alternatively, after hours home visits are available in some areas through National Home Doctor Service. This is a bulk billed service for evenings and weekends. Phone: 137 425.
The Second Edition of Australian Charter of Healthcare Rights. These rights apply to all people in all places where health care is provided in Australia.
The Charter describes what you, or someone you care for, can expect when receiving health care.
- Access - healthcare services that meets your needs
- Safety - receive safe and high quality health care that meets national standards. Be cared for in an environment that is safe and makes you feel safe
- Respect - Be treated as an individual, and with dignity and respect. Have my culture, identity, beliefs and choices recognised and respected
- Partnership - Ask questions and be involved in open and honest communication. Make decisions with your healthcare provider, to the extent that you choose and are able to. Include the people that you want in planning and decision-making
- Information - clear information about your condition, the possible benefits and risks of different tests and treatments, so you can give informed consent. Receive information about services, waiting times and costs. Be given assistance, when you need it, to help you to understand and use health information. Access health information. Be told if something has gone wrong during your health care, how it happened, how it may affect you and what is being done to make care safe
- Privacy - have your personal privacy respected. Have information about you and your health kept secure and confidential
- Give feedback - Provide feedback or make a complaint without it affecting the way that you are treated. Have your concerns addressed in a transparent and timely way. Share my experience and participate to improve the quality of care and health services
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