Love What You Eat Services & Rates
(80 - 90 minutes)
Medicare and Private Health Rebates
Love What You Eat accepts referrals (EPC plans) through the Medicare Benefits Scheme as provided through your general practitioner. The address for the care plan is Love What You Eat, Yarraville, 3013.
If you are eligible for the Medicare rebate ($55.10 per session), you will need a care plan from your GP. Usually eligibility requires a complex health issue where you need at least two people in your care team in addition to your GP. If you have an eating disorder, or think you may have one, please speak to your GP and you may be eligible for the eating disorders care plan ($55.10 per session). Claims can be done easily online through your MyGov account.
Costs may be claimable with private health insurance ‘extras’ cover. All claims can be done easily online.
Pension and HCC rates available
Pension holders and health care card holders pay $180 for initial consultations (excluding RPAH elimination diet and food intolerance) and $95 for standard consultations.
Pension holders and health care card holders pay $220 for initial RPAH elimination diet/food intolerance (including FODMAPs) consultations and standard consultations are $130.
Failure to attend an arranged appointment is unfair to other patients and your practitioner’s time and business, so please provide 24 business hours notice if you are unable to make a scheduled appointment. For Monday appointments, please let us know by the Friday before hand. Notifying us of your need to cancel with less than 24 hours notice will incur a fee of $55 for standard appointments and $95 for initial appointments. Failure to notify us of your wish to cancel, or less than 4 hours notice, will incur the full fee of the appointment.
We understand that in exceptional circumstances, this may not be possible, and we are always happy to make exceptions at such times.
We accept payment via direct deposit, credit cards and EFTPOS. Payment is to be made on the day of your consultation.
If you live in Australia, payments are best made by credit card or direct deposit. PayPal is for overseas clients and the slightly higher prices are inclusive of the PayPal fees.