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New Billing Schedule

CHANGES To Private Schedule Fees
Effective as of 5th August 2019
Private fees apply to booked appointments Monday-Sunday including walk in patients.
*Bulk Billing Applies to children up to 18 years, pension and health care card holders.

The following fees apply Monday – Saturday:

Standard Consult -$81.00 (medicare rebate -$38.20) Gap -$42.80
Long Consult -$128.00 (medicare rebate -$73.95) Gap -$54.05
Prolonged Consult -$164.00 (medicare rebate -$108.85) Gap – $55.05

The following fees apply Sunday and Public Holidays:

After Hours Standard Consult -$93.00 (medicare rebate -$49.80) Gap -$43.20
After Hours Long Consult -$138.00 (medicare rebate -$85.30) Gap -$52.70
After Hours Prolonged Consult -$216.00 (medicare rebate -$119.65) Gap – $96.65

~ Medicare Easyclaim is available on site for rebates ~

Billing Policy Update Handout – HPMC.pptx

Flu Vaccines

Dear Patients,

We would like to inform you that we now have the private and government funded flu vaccines available. Please call us on 9056 8888 to book an appointment to see your GP to get vaccinated.

For further information, please refer to our flu fact sheet below.

Flu Factsheet

Measles Warning !

Measles Alert!

The numbers of measles cases continue to increase in NSW.

What are the symptoms?

Measles is a highly infectious viral illness which begins with a cough, fever, sore red eyes and runny nose. After three to four days a non-itchy red spotty rash will occur on your face and neck before spreading to the rest of the body. People who are experiencing signs and symptoms of measles should seek medical attention.

What should I do if I think I have measles?

Call ahead to the practice and ask to speak to the nurse. She will triage your symptoms and give you further instructions to limit exposure if you need to come to the doctor. You should not sit in the waiting room without letting anyone know.

How is it spread?

Measles is highly contagious and is spread in the air through coughing or sneezing by someone who is unwell with the disease. People are at risk of measles if they are exposed to an infectious case and have never had measles or have not received two doses of measles containing vaccine. Two doses of measles containing vaccine provide lifelong protection against infection in 99% of people. Most people born before 1966 are assumed to be immune to measles.

Can I get measles vaccination?

 If you are between 25 and 53 years of age, you may be eligible for a vaccine booster.
 Children in Australia are vaccinated at 12 and 18 months years of age.
 If you have upcoming overseas travel plans, you should talk to your doctor.
For more information, please make an appointment with your GP.

Harold Park Pharmacy Open

Harold Park Pharmacy

Need a script filled after your appointment? Just pop into the Harold Park Pharmacy located inside Harold Park Medical Centre. Their friendly Pharmacists can assist you with any questions you might have with your medications or any products from their range.

You can also get advice from a friendly pharmacist on (02) 9552 3088.


Physiotherapy @ Harold Park

Dear Patients,

The physiotherapist is now available on the following days:

Monday: 2pm – 6pm
Wednesday: 2pm – 6pm
Friday: 9am – 1pm
Saturday: 9am – 12pm

Please call us on 02 9056 8888 to find out more about the service they provide and to book an appointment today.