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Your hospital fees will include the portion of your estimated hospital expenses not covered by your health insurer (e.g. an excess, co-payment or prosthetic gap payment). These fees must be paid on admission. Any additional costs incurred during your stay are payable on discharge.
In addition to hospital fees, you will also receive separate accounts from others involved in your care. These will include your surgeon, anaesthetist, surgical assistant, other doctors involved in your care, pathology companies, diagnostic imaging (such as x-rays), pharmacies and some allied health practitioners (such as physiotherapists and occupational therapists).
Read more about private health insurance and costs associated with your hospital stay.
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Read more about non-health fund hospitalisations.
Read more about the cost of medications prescribed before admission or during your stay, PBS-subsidised and high cost drugs.