I understand that private care in women’s health and in particular fertility, can be financially challenging. I therefore place great importance on spending the time to outline any fee structure that is associated with your care so that you understand it and can make informed decisions.

Monash IVF Fees*


The cost of IVF is often overestimated by patients and should always be accompanied with any other costs associated with IVF treatment. The following are fees set by Monash IVF for IVF, Artificial Insemintation (IUI), Ovulation Induction and Egg Freezing. They require specific interpretation to be applicable to your situation and I would be very happy to help you do this via email, phone or during a consultation.

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In general:


Type of Treatment Description
Initial Cycle First Cycle in that calendar year
Subsequent Cycle Second or more cycle in that calendar year (does not matter which company the initial cycle was done with)
ICSI Type of IVF where the sperm is directly injected into egg
Medical There is a medical reason why freezing your eggs may be indicated
Non-Medical There is no medical reason to freeze your eggs
Treatment Cycle Cost Estimated Rebate from Medicare Approximate Out of Pocket Cost
IVF Cycle (Initial) $8150.00 $5197.95 $2952.05
IVF Cycle (Subsequent) $8150.00 $5818.55 $2331.45
IVF w/ ICSI Cycle (Initial) $9040.00 $5661.40 $3378.60
IVF w/ICSI Cycle (Subsequent) $9040.00 $6282.00 $2758.00
Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) $2990.00 $1641.70 $1348.30
Artificial Insemination (IUI) Cycle $2200.00 $669.70 $1530.30
Ovulation Induction $650 - $650
Egg Freeze Initial (Medical) $7835.00 $5119.45 $2715.55
Egg Freeze Subsequent (Medical) $7835.00 $5675.40 $2159.60
Egg Freeze (Non Medical) $8000.00 - $8000.00
Ongoing storage fee for frozen eggs/embryos - - $200 per 6 months

* Fees listed are based on having private health insurance and having reached the Medicare safety net. Final out of pocket costs will depend on patients’ individual circumstances and should be discussed directly with the finance liason officer at Monash IVF.

Obstetric Fees


I am a NO GAP OBSTETRIC PROVIDER FOR ALL MAJOR HEALTH FUNDS, regardless of whether I appear on their lists of such practitioners. This means there is no out of pocket payment for your delivery or hospital admission.


The following table outlines my obstetric fees and I have structured them to be all inclusive. This means you will get 24 hour access to me on my personal mobile (or an equally qualified obstetrician as per cover arrangements) at no extra charge. It also includes regular review by me during any hospital admission. For an extra level of support, you can book to see my private midwife, Amanda Bartlett, as many times as you like both during and after your pregnancy and this will be at no out of pocket cost to you.




Time Item Number Purpose Out of Pocket Fee*
First Visit 16401 Initial review including history; examination; investigations and outline of care plan $230
Routine Visits 16500 Ongoing management of pregnancy $60
28 weeks 16590 Fee for planning and management of pregnancy. Includes 24 hour on call obstetric care $4775
Delivery 16519 16522 Fee for delivery NO CHARGE Paid directly by health fund under the “NO GAP” scheme. If you are uninsured please call my office to establish an appropriate fee
6 weeks after delivery 16404 Postnatal follow up and examination NO CHARGE Bulk Billed

* Medicare rebate already deducted

For more information on the cost of IVF or to arrange a discussion with me about my fee structure for Obstetrics, Gynaecology or Fertility, please contact me and I will happily take the time to explain it all to you and answer any questions you may have.


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