Our Fees

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The collection of fees allows Nexus Primary Health (Nexus) to provide our communities with high quality health services. We have adopted a variety of ways to fund our services to ensure access for everyone in the community.

The collection of fees allows Nexus Primary Health (Nexus) to provide our communities with high quality health services. We have adopted a variety of ways to fund our services to ensure access for everyone in the community.

You will be informed of the fees at the time of referral or when you start receiving a service from Nexus. If you have any concerns about fees, speak to the Nexus team.


Our services can also be provided through:

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Allied Health

Schedule of Service Fees and Charges
Effective 30 June 2017

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Medical & Nursing

Schedule of Service Fees and Charges
Effective 30 June 2017

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Mental Health & Wellbeing

Schedule of Service Fees and Charges
Effective 30 June 2017

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Download the Information Sheet

Some extra information to help you better understand our fees:

Government Subsidised (Low or Medium): For people who are frail aged, or living with a disability assessed as eligible through Regional Assessment Services including an income assessment.

Non-Subsidised Rate: anyone that is ineligible for government subsidised services.

Concession Rate: for current Pension and Health Care Card holders.

Initial Consultation: Generally a longer session to ensure a comprehensive assessment of your wellbeing needs.

Standard Appointment: Generally a 30 minute session to update and review your progress.

Cancellation Fee: We require 24 hours’ notice of appointment cancellations – you may be charged a fee if you do not provide adequate notice