No Health Insurance

Patients may be able to choose private admission even if they do not have private health insurance. Self-funded patients will be liable to pay the following:

  • The gap between the Medicare benefit and any specialist’s charge
  • The gap for diagnostic services (medical imaging and laboratory), however some of these services may be bulk billed to Medicare, that is no ‘gap’
  • Hospital accommodation fees (bed charge)
  • Surgically implanted prostheses

Essentially this means you must meet all costs of the admission yourself except those covered by Medicare.

For further information about being a private patient, and an itemised quote, please contact our rooms.

  • AOA
  • Coastal Orthopaedics
  • Bethesda Healthcare
  • Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
  • Sports Medicine Australia
  • Perth Knee Clinic