Dr Stuart Myers

Financial Information


Dr Myers Initial Consultation fee is $250.  You will receive $72-75  rebate from Medicare.

If you arrive without a referral please note that:

1. You will still need to pay for the consultation in Full at the time of consultation.
2. A receipt for medicare can NOT be provided without a referral.
3. If you can obtain a referral on the day of appointment a receipt will be provided and then you can claim a rebate from Medicare.
4. Please note Private Health funds do not provide a rebate on consultations.

If you need an operation then Dr Myers’ secretary will be able to provide you with a cost estimate for your surgery.

Dr Myers’ surgical fees are based around the Australian Medical Association recommended fee. This means that in most instances there will be a portion of your surgical fee which will not be covered by Medicare or your health fund. It is important that you ask about this gap prior to receiving your treatment.

Please note that the coverage for various operations varies greatly depending on the Insurance company involved.

For Orthopaedic operations done in a Private hospital or as a Private patient in a public hospital there is a fee for:

  • Dr Myers
  • The Assistant
  • The Anaesthetist
  • The Hospital
  • And there may be a need for visits to the Physiotherapist for casts, splints or therapy.



Dr Myers’ secretary will help you navigate your way through this at times confusing area.



No. You have several options:

  1. You can choose to 'self insure'. This still allows you to choose your doctor and the location and timing of your surgery but will result in a higher out of pocket payment than if you were in a health fund. It is particularly important to note that operating theatre and prostheses costs can be high as Medicare does not cover this at all in a private hospital.
  2. You can be treated at the Prince of Wales Hospital as a public patient and there is no charge. Dr Myers can no longer book patients into the public hospital and so you will be referred to his colleague Dr Bernard Schick.  Post operatively you will be seen in the Outpatients department at the hospital. This is a teaching facility and much of the surgery is done by registrars under my supervision.