Canberra Imaging Group is a private radiology practice with a private billing policy. Our fees reflect the provision of the latest technology and state of the art equipment along with the service, training and dedication of our professional staff.

Our Considerate Billing Policy

In line with Canberra Imaging Group’s commitment to providing the highest quality imaging and service excellence, we have a considerate billing policy and offer bulk billing to Healthcare card holders, Pension card holders and Full-time Tertiary Students for Medicare eligible services.

*Conditions Apply – please call 1300 788 508 for more information. Please note Bulk Billing is not performed on weekends.

Payment at the time of service

Canberra Imaging Group requires full payment of your account on the day of your appointment. We accept cash, EFTPOS, cheque or credit card (Visa and Mastercard).

Speeding up your Medicare refund claim

If your examination attracts a Medicare rebate, part of your full payment will be refunded to you by Medicare.

Canberra Imaging Group has Medicare Australia online claiming available at all of our clinics. This means that if you settle your account in full on the day of your examination and have previously registered your bank account details with Medicare Australia, your Medicare rebate can be paid directly into your account within approximately 3 working days.

Gap payments

We offer gap only payments to all of our patients, we attempt to keep our gap payments (your out of pocket cost) to a minimum whilst maintaining the highest standards in imaging technology.

CIG allows you to pay the gap amount only on the day of service rather than the full amount of the invoice if it is eligible for a Medicare rebate, although you may still decide to pay the full amount depending on your own situation.

Hospital inpatients

Canberra Imaging Group has arrangements with a large number of private health funds which ensures a ‘no gap’ policy for in-hospital patients. Check with us or your health fund prior to being admitted to hospital.