Frequently Asked Questions
- Your referral
- Any recent blood test results
- All medications you are currently taking
- X-ray reports
- List of known drug allergies and symptoms experienced
- Your Medicare card
- If applicable, details of your Private Health Insurance
If you do not have a referral you will not be able to claim on medicare.
Note that you will need a new referral from your GP every 12 months, or a new referral from your specialist every 3 months.
You are not permitted to drive for at least 3 days.
No heavy lifting for at least 1 week.
You will have a review appointment 4-6 weeks following the procedure.
If you have any questions during that time please contact Claire.
Allow 15 minutes for general consultations and review consultations.
|DAY||WHEN TO CALL|
|TUESDAYS||Between 8:30am – 1pm|
|WEDNESDAYS||Between 8:30am – 11am|
|FRIDAYS||Between 8:30am – 12 noon|
Claire will take your blood pressure, pulse and 12 lead ECG if necessary. Then you will see Dr Proimos.
At the end of the consultation, the receptionist will book any tests and follow-up appointments that may be required.
Accounts are itemised at a rate below the recommended AMA fee level but patients are reminded that these are beyond the standard rebate provided by Medicare. Therefore there will be an out of pocket gap for all patients, excluding those eligible for Veterans’ Affairs entitlements.
Fees as at 12 July 2013 are as follows: