Do I need a doctor’s referral to see a Podiatrist?

No referral is required to attend our clinic.

Do I need to make and appointment?

Yes. For your convenience we run on allocated appointment times.

How do I pay for my treatment?

Payment can be accepted in eftpos, cash or cheque. We also have HICAPs facilities on site to claim immediate rebates from your private health fund if applicable.

What if I am a DVA or Medicare patient?

Payment is accepted directly from these organisations with the correct and necessary paperwork from your GP. This paperwork must be present and valid at the time of treatment.

Is there parking available on premises?

Yes. There is an on-site car park to The Ramsay Street Medical Centre as well as ample street parking. There is also a free three hour council park available on the corner of Ramsay and Gillies Streets respectively.

I’ve recently been to a Podiatrist who had testimonials up on their site thinking that I would soon become one of those satisfied patients, but the Podiatrist wasn’t successful in treating my problem, what should I look for in a Podiatrist in future?

For a Podiatrist , advertising testimonials on a Podiatrist  site or in any other medium is against the law. According to the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law Act 2009 a person should not advertise a regulated health service, or a business that provides a regulated health service, in a way that – uses testimonials or purported testimonials about the service or business.

If you find a Podiatrist t that advertises Testimonials you can complain to the Australian Health Practioner Regulation Agency at www.ahpra.gov.au. Testimonials from a health professional can be misleading and not directly relevant to your individual problem.Podiatrist  who do so are at risk of losing their registration, you should always seek personal physical diagnosis and treatment from a qualified Podiatrist.