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Obstetric fees
as of Nov 01st, 2023

Initial Consultation - $280

Your initial consultation is usually between weeks 8-12 of pregnancy.  You will require a referral for this appointment from either your GP or a specialist. An ultrasound of the pregnancy is included at this visit. Please allow up to 45 mins for this appointment.

Antenatal Appointments - $110

Appointments occur monthly after the initial consultation, fortnightly after 28 weeks, and weekly after 36 weeks of pregnancy. An appointment with our practice midwife is recommended at around 36 weeks. 

Pregnancy Management Fee - $2700

This fee is charged after 28 weeks of pregnancy, and covers the 24/7 care provided throughout the pregnancy through to delivery. The PMF is a separate fee from all other charges, including consultations and delivery.

Postnatal Appointments - $110

This appointment is scheduled around six weeks after delivery of your baby. 

Private Health Insurance & Medicare

It is recommended that you confirm with your private health fund that you are covered for private obstetric care. This will ensure you will be covered for the cost of your delivery & hospital stay. All in room consultations are classed as outpatient services; they can be claimed through Medicare for a partial refund.

Other Expenses

Additional charges that may be incurred include:

  • Blood tests

  • Ultrasound scans

  • Paediatrician fee

  • Anaesthetist fee (if you have an epidural, caesarean section or other surgical procedure)

  • Assistant fee (for caesarean section)

For these services, you will receive an invoice from the relevant doctor or provider.

Gynaecology fees
as of Nov 01st, 2023

Initial Consultation - $250

Please allow 45 mins for your initial consultation.  A valid referral from a GP or specialist is required to make an appointment.  Further charges may be incurred for additional procedures such as colposcopy or insertion of IUD.

Review Appointments - $150

Please allow at least 30 mins for these appointments, unless otherwise specified. Phone consultations and telehealth appointments are also available. 

Private Health Insurance & Medicare

All in room consultations are classed as outpatient services; they can be claimed through Medicare for a partial refund.  Private health insurance provides cover for inpatient care only.

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