MEDICARE REBATES

Information and Forms to Assist You in Making a Medicare Claim

Each calendar year Medicare provides each eligible individual subsidised consultations with registered allied health professionals. These items are within the Chronic Disease Management Scheme (CDM), formerly known as the Enhanced Primary Care Scheme (EPC). All of our practitioners are registered to provide these services we bulk bill all Medicare items.  

 

Eligibility for CDM referrals is broad. If you have any questions regarding your eligibility please contact your local doctor or our clinic. Below is a list of ailments which benefit from allied health intervention: 

 

  • Chronic disease management (blood pressure issues, elevated cholesterol, cardiac conditions, respiratory conditions, neurological conditions and digestive and renal conditions) 

  • Diabetes Management 

  • Musculoskeletal rehabilitation- Pre and post surgery/injury, prevention and management. 

  • Weight loss and general exercise and diet prescription. 

  • Lifestyle modification 

  • Falls Prevention

 

If you would like to get started with one of our allied health professionals please print out the following form that is relevant to your circumstances and take to your GP, or call one of our friendly staff for assistance. 

CHRONIC DISEASE MANAGEMENT (CDM)

CDM Patient Information

Learn more about chronic conditions chronic disease management.

CDM Under Medicare

Are you eligible for Medicare  assistance for a chronic condition? 

CDM Referral Form

Print the chronic disease referral form and take it to your GP.

Dept of Health Website

For more information about chronic disease go to the Department of Health website.

DIABETES

Diabetes Patient Information

Learn more about type 2 diabetes services under Medicare.

Diabetes Referral Form

Print the type 2 diabetes referral form and take it to your GP.

Referral Form for Indigenous Clients

If you are of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander decent print this referral form and take it to your GP.

Dept of Health Website

For more information about type 2 diabetes go to the Department of Health website.