Fees

As an enrolled patient, your care is subsidised by our government

How to book your appointment?

It is free to join our GP practice – on your first visit you receive a free standard consult with a nurse alongside your GP appointment. Children under age 13 are free. Women who are pregnant (1st trimester) receive free visits.

How do I pay?

We run a pay on the day service. You can pay at the reception after your appointment. Or you may receive a text message or email from Manage My Health with our bank account number, for online payment. We require online payments as soon as possible after your appointment.

Our fees

Child 0-13

  • CSC holder FREE
  • Non CSC FREE

Youth 14-17

  • CSC holder $13.00
  • Non CSC $29.50

Adult 18-24

  • CSC holder $19.50
  • Non CSC $41

Adult 25-64

  • CSC holder $19.50
  • Non CSC $48.00

Adults 65+

  • CSC holder $19.50
  • Non CSC $46.00

GP only ACC

  • CSC holder $19.50
  • Non CSC $39.00

GP + Nurse ACC

  • CSC holder $19.50
  • Non CSC $39.00

Nurse only ACC

  • CSC holder $19.50
  • Non CSC $19.50

Nurse consultation 0-13 years

  • CSC holder FREE
  • Non CSC FREE

Nurse consultation 14-17 years

  • CSC holder $13.00
  • Non CSC $30.00

Nurse Consult 18 years and over

  • CSC holder $19.50
  • Non CSC $30.00

Casual patient

  • Casual (not enrolled) $85.00
  • ACC for Casual (not enrolled) $39.00

Did not arrive

  • First missed appointment $15.00
  • Second missed appointment FULL FEE

Prescriptions

  • Repeat Prescription $19.50
  • Urgent Repeat Prescription $25.00

Cervical Smear

Pregnancy Test

  • Pregnancy test $10

Drivers Licence Medical

Spirometry

Steroid injection

  • In addition to consult fee $28.00

Form fee

  • Per form $15.00

Blood test

  • In addition to consult fee $10.00

CO2

  • In addition to consult fee $7.00

ECG

  • In addition to consult fee $38.00

Minor Surgery

  • In addition to consult fee ENQUIRE

Pipelle / Pessary

  • In addition to consult fee $80.00

Frequently asked questions about our fees

Yes, if you would like to set up a regular payment to cover your medical expenses, please talk to our reception team.

A Community Services Card can help you and your family with cheaper healthcare costs. You may pay less for some health services by simply showing your card.

If you need a lot of support from the health system you may be eligible for Care Plus. Care Plus is a way of ensuring you get the best possible care for your needs at a low cost. Care Plus is aimed at people with chronic health conditions, serious medical or mental health needs, or terminal illness. Ask us for an assessment – we can tell you if you’re eligible.

To avoid extra cost to you, we would encourage you to call us during the hours we are open for any urgent care needs. If you are enrolled with a GP, your visit is subsidized by the government. If you visit a different GP, or the Emergency After Hours GP doctor service in Nelson (Medical and Injury Centre Nelson MICN, 03 546 8881), or a doctor in a different region, you will have to pay a fee set by them.

Yes. Tourists can see us as their GP in Nelson. We welcome visitors to Nelson in need of a GP doctor. In both cases, your fee will be as a Casual patient. Please call us to book a visit or an urgent appointment.

When you joined our practice as an enrolled patient, you agreed to our Terms of Trade.

Please find these Terms of Trade here for your reference.

When you joined our practice as an enrolled patient, you agreed to our Terms of Trade.

Please find these Terms of Trade here for your reference.

Fees for any GP care must be set in advance with Nelson Bays Primary Health organization (PHO). If our fees change, we will notify you in our waiting room noticeboards and on our website. Fees for all GP practices in the Nelson and Tasman region can be found on the NBPHO website.

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