We offer the unique combination of private and publicly funded health care which enables us to take a holistic approach to your health and support more people in the community.

Our fees are structured on a sliding scale and designed to support access for people on varying incomes.

You may be eligible for subsidised public funded services if you are:

  • A pensioner or healthcare card holder and their dependent/s

  • A school student up to the age of 18

  • Of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent

  • A refugee or asylum seeker

  • A pregnant woman

We also offer a range of health services if you are a:

  • A full fee paying client

  • Voucher recipient

  • Patient referred from a GP

  • Private health insurance member

We welcome The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) that has rolled out across North East Melbourne from July 2016. As a NDIS service provider, My Aged Care (MAC) provider and Community Health organisation, with ability to process Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS) and Private Health Insurance claims, we will help you navigate pathways, get the best care and support you need to live well. If you are funded through Helping Children With Autism (HCWA) or Better Start we are able to support you.

We also provide services under the Home and Community Care Program for Younger People (HACC PYP). You may be eligible for this funding if you have a disability, injury or chronic health issue, and are:

  • Under 65 years old
  • Under 50 years old if you are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander
  • And do not have NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) funding

Difficulty or inability to pay will not be a barrier to receiving treatment or service. healthAbility services are jointly funded by the Commonwealth and Victorian Governments.

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