Generally speaking after your surgeon has booked you in for an operation, your contact details are forwarded to us.
If we receive your contact details in time we will send you a quote before your operation. After your operation an invoice would be sent to you.
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Some operations require pre-payment before surgery. For these operations you will receive an invoice before your surgery and full payment is needed in order for the operation to go ahead.
Our anaesthetic fee is based on the Relative Value Guide of Australian Society of Anaesthetists (ASA). The ASA follows the Australian Government’s Medical Benefits Schedule (Relative Value Guide) that mandates anaesthetists to charge according to item numbers.
These item numbers include preoperative consultation, the type of surgery, duration of anaesthesia and interventions like blood transfusion, epidurals, and special monitoring.
Put simply, the anaesthetic fee is based on the duration of the anaesthetics and complexity of the case.
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