SKG Radiology is a Private Practice with a private billing policy. Our fees vary depending upon the examination or procedure required. These fees reflect the costs required to sustain a high quality diagnostic imaging service. In line with the SKG Radiology philosophy of putting patients first, SKG Radiology aims to provide a consistent premium service.
SKG Radiology appreciates that there are patients whose financial circumstances limit their ability to meet private fees, and we continue to provide discounted services to enable these patients to access first class imaging services.
SKG Radiology bulk bills Commonwealth Government Pension Card and Health Care Card holders for the majority of out-patient Medicare rebateable items (some exceptions do apply).
We would appreciate full payment of your accounts on the day of examination. You may then claim back the relevant rebate from Medicare. Currently, private health insurers DO NOT cover any radiological procedures for out‐patients.
We encourage you to ask about the costs of your procedure at the time of booking your appointment.
If you require any services by SKG Radiology during a stay in hospital, you will receive a separate account from us. SKG Radiology is a separate entity to the Private Hospitals and therefore bills for its services separately. Your hospital will explain this prior to your admission.
Your private health insurer may make a contribution towards your fees for radiological imaging, or possibly cover them in full. This depends on both your level of hospital cover and your individual insurance provider. SKG Radiology strongly recommends that you contact your private health insurer prior to your admittance to hospital to find out whether your out‐of‐pocket expenses for radiology will be covered.
For more detailed information regarding our Out-patient and In-patient billing policies, please click on the PDFs below.
This is the difference between any Medicare rebate you receive and SKG Radiology’s private fee. This is also known as the “Gap” payment.