Fees and Charges
Dr Turtle and Dr Curtin charge patients at the rate of $350 per hour. Time charged includes that spent face to face in consultations, as well as that spent with clinical management tasks, email correspondence, phone calls, referrals and reports.
Initial consultations with Dr Turtle and Dr Curtin are charged at the rate of $400 per hour
Rebate form Medicare is $105.55 for an initial consultation and $37.05 for all subsequent face to face consultations. Skype and phone consultations do not attract any rebate.
Elizabeth Cowley’s consultations are $150 for 1 hour and $90 for 30 minutes
Laura Kavanagh’s treatment sessions are $180 for an initial 90 minute evaluation and treatment and $125 for a standard 1 hour session.
Breeana Xiong’s consultation and treatment sessions are $110 for the initial consultation and $95 for subsequent 1 hour sessions.
Non-attendance for a consultation, without cancellation or re-booking at least 24 hours prior to an appointment will incur a non-attendance fee of half of the fee anticipated for the time booked.
The Clinic provides a Dispensary of most of the Nutritional and Herbal supplements prescribed. This is to ensure that patients have ease of access to the specific supplements required, many of which are difficult to access, to ensure that the highest quality supplements are available and to keep the costs of all supplements dispensed to as affordable a price as possible.
Discounts are offered to pensioners and to patients buying large quantities of supplements. Please discuss these details with the reception staff.
Far Infra Red Sauna
One 30 minute sessions is $40
A group of Ten 30 minutes sessions is $250
Oasis Integrative Medicine provides management options that include intramuscular and intravenous injections of certain treatments, vitamins and minerals as well as chelation protocols.
Investigations are ordered by the practitioners as specifically required by your individual history and clinical findings, in order to help in the diagnosis and management of your issues. Tests include some pathology and imaging that are covered by Medicare, some pathology that is only covered by Medicare for specific limited indications that are not applicable for the reasons at that session, or pathology for which there is no Medicare coverage at all. Some of these non-Medicare tests may be covered by private health insurance, some may not.
It is common for investigations for a chronic or complex medical history to require out-of-pocket pathology costs not covered by Medicare of the order of $200 to $1000.