Mooney Street Medical in Townsville QLD

Medical Fees

Bulk Billing

Mooney Street Medical is a mixed billing practice. Details of current fees and Medicare rebates for routine consultations can be obtained from reception.  A bulk billing service exists for:

  • Veteran’s Affairs patients
  • Patients who are attending for reviews of their chronic disease management plans
  • Annual Health Assessments
  • Childhood vaccinations
  • Patients who require regular dressings
  • Patients attending for INRs
  • Children 12years and under

 A discounted fee is available for Pensioners, Healthcare Card holders and Children

Current Fees

(The amounts in brackets show how much the visit actually costs you after you receive your medicare rebate)

Consultation Item

Pensioners &

Children >12years

Health Care Card Holders

Private Patients

Medicare Rebate

Item 3 (<5min)

short consultation








Item 23 (5 – <20min)

standard consultation








Item 36 (20 – 40min)

long consultation








Item 44 (> 40min)

prolonged consultation








 Please note that you may incur an additional charge to cover consumables (eg dressings, iron infusions, cryotherapy) or if extra procedures are performed at the time of consultation such as an ECG. You will be informed of these costs by your doctor or nursing staff before any extra procedures are undertaken.

The following services without a consultation do not attract a Medicare rebate:


Pension / Health Care Card





Script Same Day Pick up



Script faxed and posted to pharmacy






Payment Options

All fees are payable at the time of consultation.  We understand that this may sometimes be difficult due to your personal circumstances at the time.  Please feel free to speak with your doctor or let reception know so that alternative arrangements can be made to assist you on those occasions.

Payments can be made by cash, cheque or EFTPOS for your convenience.

Medicare Rebate

Unless otherwise stated, you will be entitled to a Medicare rebate for your consultation and/or procedures.  Once you have registered your bank account details with Medicare, we can transmit your receipt electronically so the rebate can go directly in to your account. Alternatively, you may choose to take the receipt to Medicare yourself. (Please note that Medicare is no longer giving cash rebates to patients).

Please ask at reception if you require a form to register your bank account details with Medicare.