Pay my bill
Once the Murdoch Surgicentre has received your Patient Admission form, our reception staff will check your eligibility status with your health fund. It is your responsibility to understand what level of cover you have. However, if there are any gaps or excesses to be paid, we will inform you in writing or contact you by telephone prior to admission to advise you of the amount outstanding. This is required to be paid on admission and prior to your procedure.
The balance of your account is sent directly to your health fund. All information provided to you with regards to costs will be documented on an Informed Financial Consent form.
The form will be presented at admission and will need to be signed on the day of admission. Any monies owed can be paid by cash, credit card or Eftpos.
Current Health Fund contracts
Murdoch Surgicentre has successfully negotiated Hospital Provider Agreements with the following health funds:
- Medibank Private/ahm
- Bupa Australia trading as HBA, MBF, Mutal Community
- Australian Health Service Alliance
- HCF/Manchester Unity
- Department of Veteran's Affairs
All uninsured patients are welcome at the Murdoch Surgicentre. A fee estimate will be provided prior to surgery. If you accept this fee you will need to sign an Informed Financial Consent form on the day of admission. Please note the fee estimate may change after surgery if the surgeon uses a different MBS number or additional prostheses than those quoted.
All fees outstanding must be paid on admission and prior to your procedure. Murdoch Surgicentre accepts eftpos and all credit cards.
Please note: Murdoch Surgicentre fees are separate to your Surgeon’s, Anaesthetist's, Cardiology, Pathology,
X-Ray and Pharmacy fees.
Options for paying your bill:
- Pay your bill online - credit card payments (MasterCard or Visa)
- Pay your bill by phone - contact our accounts team on 1300 556 089 (MasterCard or Visa up to $10,000)
- Pay your bill in person at the hospital (cash and credit card payments)
We recommend that you contact your private health insurance fund before you receive treatment and check what charges will be covered by your fund.
If you do not have private health insurance, you can self-fund your care at our private hospitals, paying by one of the above methods before your admission.