Your treatment costs will vary depending on the level of assistance you require.
Following your initial consultation with one of our specialists, you will be given a booking for a complimentary pre-treatment information session with one of our experienced fertility nurses and patient services administrators. All aspects of your fertility treatment, including the cost structure, will be discussed with you at this time.
Our patient services administrators are available to discuss any questions you may have regarding treatment fees, Medicare and private health rebates, so please don’t hesitate to contact us for more information.
If your specialist determines that you and your partner require IVF treatment, you may be eligible for a Medicare rebate.
The IVF cycle fees below include:
The following is a summary of the current City Fertility payment schedule guide.
|Type of Treatment||Patient Out-Of-Pocket Costs After Medicare Benefits|
|Initial Registration Fee||$0.00 No Registration Fee|
|Initial Consultation Fee for CFC Specialist||$150 – $300|
(1st Cycle in a Calendar Year)
(2nd or Subsequent Cycle in a Calendar Year)
Medicare Item Number 13201
Fees current as of January 1st, 2018
*This amount excludes the fees charged by the treating specialist, anaesthetist, private hospital and pharmacy.
Please contact the office of your specialist, whose details can be found in the Specialist Team section of this website, for further information regarding his or her consultation and cycle fees and the relevant rebates.
The Federal Government requires patients to pay a PBS co-payment for each type of fertility medication listed on the prescription from your fertility specialist.
The average cost per cycle has been estimated to be about $200 worth of PBS co-payments. Please note that the PBS co-payment is not a City Fertility fee.
Medicare-ineligible patients will pay for their medication privately according to the price schedule of the pharmacy that dispenses the medication to them. The PBS co-payment is not applicable to a Medicare-ineligible cycle. City Fertility is unable to accurately quote these fees on behalf of the pharmacy.
Procedures performed under general anaesthetic include egg collection and Testicular Sperm Aspiration (TESA). Your anaesthetist will bill these fees directly and the account will be eligible for a rebate from both Medicare and private health funds.
The theatre and bed fees for both egg collection and TESA are payable directly to the private hospital. Medicare does not pay anything towards private hospital charges, but if you have private health insurance with hospital cover you may be either partially or fully covered for these costs.
CFC recommends that you contact your private health fund for an estimate of any excess or co-payments that may be required. For those who are uninsured, the full hospital admission fees are payable.
Other Laboratory Services
In addition to the standard embryology services offered, your specialist may recommend other, related services that may help you achieve a successful pregnancy. For more information, please contact our friendly team.