Fees and Charges

Fees and Charges

Privately Insured Patients

Oxford Day Surgery will run an eligibility check with your preferred health fund two working days prior to your surgery. We will inform you of any excess, out of pocket or co payments that you will need to pay on the day of the procedure.
*This payment is what you have agreed with your health fund; we have no control over these costs and whether they will arise.

FAQ’S

Q. What is an excess?

A. An excess is imposed by your health fund and is selected by you when you joined your fund. The excess contributes to the initial cost of a procedure. Due to the varied health funds and policies, we are unable to advise what it will be any sooner than 48 hours out from your procedure.

Q. What is a co-payment?

A. A co-payment is imposed by your health fund as a contribution by your various costs associated with certain types of procedures. Once again, this is dependent on the fund and level of cover so you will have to investigate this matter with your fund.

Q. What is an OOP (out of pocket expense)

This expense is the sum of money left over after your health fund has covered a portion of your bill. Talk to your health fund provider to see if they offer policies that reduce/cover your gaps.

Uninsured Patients

Patients ​without Private Health Fund cover must pay the full theatre fees before the surgery and will receive no refund. We are unable to bulk bill. We are unable to publish lists of fees but we can answer your questions by phone or in person.

Please call us on T: 08 6147 2600

Payment Method

Our preferred method of payment is by Eftpos. Please note: we do not accept Amex or Diners.

DVA Gold or White Card, Australian Defence Fund (ADF)

Veterans with a DVA Gold or White Card will be fully covered for the cost of all treatments including the doctor’s fees and theatre fees.