What to bring to the appointment:
- A referral from your GP and or other medical specialist
- Your medicare card
- Private health fund membership card or details
- Workers compensation details
- All relevant x-rays and medical reports
- List of medications
- List of any known allergies
Do I need a doctor’s referral to make an appointment?
Referrals from your GP or medical specialist will allow you to claim the medicare rebate for the consultation.
You can make an appointment with a referral from other allied health professionals (e.g Physiotherapist) however, you will not be able to claim the medicare rebate.
If you have any questions, please contact the team at Victorian Orthopaedic Group.
Payment is required at time of consultation. Part of the consultation fee can be claimed through medicare as long as you have a valid referral. A detailed itemised quote will be provided to you at the time of your surgery booking.
A discounted rate will apply for pensioners.
Cash / Visa / Mastercard / AMEX accepted.
There is limited parking in the hospital grounds at Kew. 2 hour parking is available in the nearby streets.
200: City – Bulleen – Doncaster Shoppingtown
201: City – Doncaster Shoppingtown via Belmore Road
205: Melbourne University – Doncaster Shoppingtown via Kew Junction and Bulleen
207: City – Donvale via Doncaster Road.
The tram stops at Kew Junction which is a short walk up the hill to Studley Avenue.
109: Box Hill to Port Melbourne
Cabrini Medical Centre
The carpark at Cabrini Private Hospital is accessed via Coonil Crescent (Off Wattletree Rd). A parking fee applies.
There is also one and two hour parking available around the hospital.
Stop No 47. Route 5
Dandenong/Pakenham or Frankston line
Malvern Station, Glenferrie Road
It’s about a 10 minute walk from the station.