Do I need a referral to attend Exclusive Wellbeing?
No, a referral is not required and consultations are by appointment only. If you should require Medicare Rebates, you will need to see your General Practitioner to obtain a Mental Health Care Plan.
How much will my consultation cost?
Exclusive Wellbeing is a privately billing practice with payment required at the time of consultation. The fees will vary depending on the length and complexity of your consultation. A major portion of the fee is able to be refunded from Medicare, if you hold a current Medicare card. Please ask our friendly team about any queries you may have in relation to our fees.
You can lodge your Medicare claim electronically from this practice
You can choose to have your Medicare benefit paid directly into your nominated bank or credit union account by electronic funds transfer (EFT). To have your rebate paid this way, all you need to do is register your bank account details and your six-digit BSB (Bank State Branch) number to Medicare or bring these details with you at your consultation. Once you've registered your details with Medicare, we can transmit your claim online to Medicare at each consultation. It's that easy!
How do I make an appointment?
To book an appointment please contact our friendly team on (02) 8677 4062.
Or, you can do your booking directly online through Our Team page.
What are our opening hours?
Monday – Friday 8.30am to 8pm
Saturday – 8 am to 3pm
How may I contact the team during business hours?
Your phone call will be taken by the reception staff and a message given to the practitioner. Your call will be returned when the consultant is next available. Sometimes it will be necessary for our reception staff to ask sensitive questions in order to assess the urgency of your enquiry. Please be reassured they are there to help you, so it is important to give as much information as possible so we can help you as quickly as possible.
How can I obtain emergency help after hours?
Exclusive Wellbeing is not a crisis mental health service. If your or someone you know is feeling suicidal or is at imminent risk of harm, please contact one of the following:
The Mental health Line is a 24-Hour telephone service operating 7 days a week across NSW.
Suicide Prevention and Crisis Intervention (24 Hour Line): 1300 363 622
Salvo Crisis Line and Suicide Prevention (24 Hour Line): (02) 9331 2000
Lifeline Australia (24 Hour Line): 13 11 14
If you or someone you know are at immediate risk of harm please call 000 for an Ambulance or Police.