Bulk billing- referral from GP, or psychiatrist needed The first thing you will need to do is obtain a GP mental health plan from your regular general practitioner. If you are eligible for such a plan, please make an appointment with the bulk billing psychologist.
Private Health Fund Rebate Many private health insurance funds provide a rebate for psychology services. Please contact your health insurance fund prior to your appointment to find out whether your policy covers services provided by the psychologist. We have a HICAPS facility available to make the process easier for you. With HICAPS you no longer need to make a separate trip to your private health fund branch to make a claim or send your claim via post. The claim is finalised on the spot immediately after consultation. If your fund is not covered under HICAPS we will provide you with an invoice which you submit to your fund to receive your refund. In this circumstance the full fee must be paid first.
Department of Veterans Affairs Dr Campbell is a provider of psychological services to veterans through the Department of Veteran Affairs( DVA). This means if you are a holder of a White Card or a Gold Card you are entitled to 10 sessions with no financial cost to yourself. To access this service you will require a DVA referral from your GP or medical professional. Some limitations apply to eligibility for White Card holders.
WorkCover Appointments can be made after you have obtained a GP referral and a Claim Number from the Insurer or Case Manager
Victims of Crime Referrals are made in accordance with The Attorney General’s Office policy- To find out if you are eligible for victims counselling go to the Victims Services- All About Counselling website
Specialised Psychological Assessments/ Reports /Letters Fees and provision of specialised Psychological Assessments/ Reports /Letters (eg insurance, Centrelink. medico-legal criminal compensation, letters etc) are not covered by Medicare - please discuss this with psychologist