Our standard fees are as detailed below and are displayed on the practice notice board in the waiting room. Fees may vary according to the time and treatment necessary. Doctors and staff will be pleased to provide information on fees on request for services not displayed. Accounts are rendered at the time of service and patients are requested to pay at this time if possible. We accept EFTPOS, Visa, Bankcard & MasterCard, as well as cash and cheque. If you have any difficulty paying fees, please discuss this with your Doctor who can make alternative arrangements.

A non-attendance fee of $20 will be charged if the Clinic is not notified within 2 hrs of an appointment. 
This $20 will be donated to a non-profit organisation – “Medecins Sans Frontiers (Doctors Without Borders)”.

Please note the Clinic fees as of 1st January 2017 are as follows:

CONSULTATION: $70.00; out of pocket cost after Medicare rebate is $27.95

LONG CONSULTATION: $105.00; out of pocket cost after Medicare rebate is $28.30

HOME VISIT: $100.00; out of pocket cost after Medicare rebate is $32.00

DIETITIAN CONSULTATION: Bulk billed for patients on a care plan, $80 for private consults, $65 for consults thereafter, $50 anthropometry (measure of body fat mass)

NON-ATTENDANCE FEE: $20.00 which will be donated to charity.

Aspendale Clinic bulk bills all Pensioners, Health Care Card holders, patients with Veterans’ Affairs entitlements and children 15 years and under.

An administration fee of $5.00 will apply to all accounts not paid within 30 days.

Your account can still be sent to Medicare from the Clinic. To avoid the administration fee, we advise the gap payment be paid at the time of the consultation.

  • Our services

    • New patients welcome
    • Antenatal shared care with Frankston and Sandringham Hospitals
    • Bulkbilling for health care card holders, pensioners and children under 15
    • Highly qualified, professional and friendly staff
    • Childhood and travel immunisations
    • Health assessments for children and adults
    • Flexible appointment availabilities for children and emergencies
    • Home visits and care of patients in nursing homes
    • Chronic disease management
    • Family planning services
    • Check-ups
    • Preventative medicine advice
    • Health education