Practice Policy

Okely Medical Centre WA


Okely medical centre is mixed billing practice. Fees are preferably paid on the same day. Pensioners, health card holders and children under 16 years will be bulk billed.

If you are experiencing difficulties paying your Fees, please discuss this with your treating doctor or receptionist.

  • Standard Fee $ 75
  • Long consult- $ 105

Private fees for:

  • Insurance Medical
  • Commercial drive medical
  • Cancelled Driving Licence
  • Dive Medicals


Payment of your account is expected at the time of your consultation. We accept cash, cheques and most credit cards. An accounting fee will be charged for all accounts not settled at this time.
Pensioners and Health Care card holders will be billed at a reduced fee. If there are special circumstances or personal hardships please discuss these with your doctor at the time of consultation.
A standard consultation at this practice costs $75.00 but delayed payment will attract an extra of $5.00. The staff at reception will be able to advise you of the current Medicare rebate for a standard consultation.


The receptionist will be able to assist you in most cases, however if you wish to speak to your doctor, he/she may have to return your call when consultations have ended.


The doctors will advise when an appointment is required, otherwise two working days notice is necessary. A small fee of $ 10 will be charged for the service. You will be required to see the doctor for an appointment if you have not done so in the last 6 months.


If the doctor considers that a medical need exists for specialist treatment a referral will be provided. It is therefore important to make an appointment with the doctor who will discuss your problem with you and help you to decide on the appropriate course of action. Referral request over telephone will incur $10.


For patients who require regular check ups, immunizations and / or screening, we offer a recall service. This is done automatically unless we are advised that you would prefer not to be notified.


Medical certificates are legal documents. In order to obtain a medical certificate for work a consultation with your doctor is required. It is not legal to back date a certificate.


Patients are required to make a follow up appointment to discuss any abnormal results. Normal and INR results can be obtained from our practice nurse.