Once Bunbury Day Surgery has received your pre-admission information we will check your eligibility status with your health fund. It is your responsibility to understand the type and level of cover you have and to contact your health fund to ensure that you are covered for the booked procedure. If there are any gaps, co-payments or excesses we will contact you to advise you of the outstanding amount and this will need to be paid on the day of your procedure.
If Bunbury Day Surgery has a agreement with your health fund the balance of the account is sent directly to the health fund on your behalf. See list of funds with agreements below.
Any monies owed can be paid by cash, cheque, credit card or EFTPOS.
Self-insured patients are welcome at Bunbury Day Surgery. You will be provided with a fee estimate prior to surgery.
All fees outstanding must be paid to Bunbury Day Surgery on the day of admission. Bunbury Day Surgery accepts cash, credit cards, cheques and EFTPOS facilities are available for ease of payment.
DEPARTMENT OF VETERAN AFFAIR’S ENTITLED PERSONS
Bunbury Day Surgery is able to provide day procedure services to entitled persons without the need for your Doctor to obtain prior financial authorisation. All accounts are sent directly to the Dept of Veteran’s Affairs.
Please note: Other accounts such as your treating doctor, anaesthetist and pathology will be billed separately by the practice concerned.
Health Funds with Hospital Provider Agreements with Bunbury Day Surgery :
ACA Health Benefits Fund
Australian Health Management (AHM)
Australian Unity Health Ltd
Central West Health Cover
Defence Health Ltd
Grand United Corporate Society
Grand United Friendly Society
Health Care Insurance Ltd
Peoplecare Health Insurance
Phoenix Health Fund Ltd
Queensland Country Health fund Ltd
Reserve Bank Health Society Ltd
Teachers Union Health
The Doctors’ Health Fund Ltd
Note: HCF does not have a hospital agreement with Bunbury Day Surgery.