Diabetes Educators can help you with
- Blood Glucose Monitoring
- Diabetes and pregnancy
- Gestational diabetes
- Type 1
- Type 2
- Newly diagnosed
- Provision of blood glucose monitor and other equipment
- Insulin starts and adjustment
- Medication advice
- Useful Apps for diabetes health
- Continuous Glucose Monitoring
How much does it cost?
A Diabetes Education session is $80 .00
With an EPC Medicare reimburses $54.60 of the diabetes educator’s fee.
Diabetes Education session $80.00 – Medicare reimbursement $54.60 = $25.40 gap.
A long consultation is $120.00
More information from Medicare
Private Health Cover:
Those with extras cover on their private health insurance should contact their insurance company.
Ring your insurance company in advance to check what they cover.
It is the client’s responsibility to obtain any rebate from Medicare or their Private Health Insurance Company.
Diabetes Health Melbourne can accept credit card payments or direct payment into the bank account noted on the account.
A tax receipt will be issued on payment of the fee.