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|FRI||8 AM - 3 PM
|SAT||9 AM - 12 PM
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Reopening 8 AM Monday 22/07/2019
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|Dr Angela is away
10/07/2019 - 28/07/2019
FLU SHOT 2019
FREE FOR ALL
|Dr Priscilla will be on duty
Monday 15th, Monday 22nd July,
Saturday 27th July, Saturday 10th August.
She will be away on
Friday 26th July, Thursday 1st
& Friday 2nd August.
Dr. Angela Georgopoulos
Dr. Kien Cao-Xuan
Dr. Mandy Chuang
Dr. Priscilla Wong
Medicare Safety Net
If you see a doctor often, or have tests regularly, your medical costs could be high. Visiting a doctor or having tests may cost you less once you reach a Medicare Safety Net threshold.
Once you reach the relevant threshold, the Medicare Safety Net may provide a higher Medicare benefit for all eligible services for the rest of the calendar year. This may mean that visits to your doctor or having tests could cost you less. For example, once you reach the relevant threshold, you still pay the same amount upfront to your doctor, however you may receive a higher Medicare benefit, making your out of pocket expenses much less.
- Confirming who is in your family
If your family is close to reaching a Medicare Safety Net threshold, we will ask you to confirm the members of your Medicare Safety Net family for that year. Confirming your details allows us to check your family’s eligibility for higher Medicare benefits.
- Services covered
The Medicare Safety Net covers a range of out of hospital doctor visits and tests covered by the Medicare Benefits Schedule.
- Healthcare professional consultations
- blood tests
- CT scans
- pap smears
- tissue biopsies
If a service is not in the Medicare Benefits Schedule it does not count towards the Medicare Safety Net. If you have surgery, see a doctor or have tests while you are in hospital, these services don’t count towards the Medicare Safety Net.
- Keeping a tally of medical expenses
If you pay your doctor before claiming your Medicare benefit, we’ll automatically keep a tally of your out of pocket medical expenses.
If you claim from us before paying your doctor:
we will send you a cheque made payable to the doctor, which you take or send to your doctor with any outstanding balance you owe
bring us the doctor’s receipt and the Medicare statement you received with our cheque and we will add your out of pocket amount to your Medicare Safety Net balance
we will contact you when you are nearing a Medicare Safety Net threshold and may ask you to verify any unpaid claims
If you only pay the gap amount to the doctor we usually add your out of pocket amount to your Medicare Safety Net threshold for you.
Once you reach the relevant threshold, the Medicare Safety Net may provide a higher Medicare benefit for all eligible services for the rest of the calendar year.
More from www.humanservices.gov.au
The information in the above were collected from the internet,
either from government websites or from reasonably reliable health information sources.
They are for general information only and should not replace the need of seeking medical care during illnesses.