Due to the requirement for social distancing, embryo transfers will have to be performed in a larger room which will attract a co-payment of $330. We apologise for this extra cost but look forward to helping more couples achieve their family.
Trying for a family can be stressful for some couples, so we’ve taken the stress out of payments.
If you hold a medicare card, we bulk bill IVF treatments that are covered by Medicare, so there’s no out of pocket expense. Treatments that not covered by Medicare will incur an out of pocket expense.
If you have private health insurance that covers your IVF treatment, the only cost you will need to incur once you're a patient at IVF4family is the medication prescriptions and the anaesthetist.
If you don't have private health insurance, the costs will be medication prescriptions, the anaesthetist and the Greenslopes Private Hospital fee which is $1659 (subject to change at the discretion of Greenslopes Private Hospital).
To understand the IVF process and what costs are incurred in each step of your journey, visit What to expect page.
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What are the costs involved in the treatment?
Due to the requirement of social distancing, embryo transfers will have to be performed in a larger room which will attract a co-payment of $330. We apologise for this extra cost but look forward to helping more couples achieve their family.
IVF4family has made IVF affordable by billing any major costs and consultations with nurses and doctors to Medicare, so there are no out of pocket expenses. There are some fees involved for medications and for surgery if you do not have private health insurance. To understand what costs will be incurred during your IVF journey, visit our What to expect page.
Do I need private health insurance?
No, most costs are covered by the to Medicare rebate. However, if you don’t have private health cover for hospital you will have to pay Greenslopes Private Hospital (GPH) for egg collection will be $1659.00, though this is subject to change at the discretion of GPH. There will also be an anesthetist’s cost, which is at the discretion of the anaesthetist.
If I want to freeze eggs, embryos or sperm, is there a cost?
As freezing eggs, embryos and sperm is not covered by Medicare, there is a cost involved which is paid to Care Fertility. These costs are:
• Freeze embryos: $300.00
• Freeze semen: $200.00
• Storage fee: $400 (with no limit on type or number of samples) per 12 months.
If I have private health insurance that covers me for IVF, what will I have to pay?
When you attend day surgery for egg collection there is a fee that needs to be paid to Greenslopes Private Hospital. This fee is about $1659 (but determined by Greenslopes Private Hospital). You can call your private health insurance to see how much of the cost is covered.
Other costs include medication costs and the anasthetist. To understand the costs during your IVF journey, visit our What to expect page.
Accessing your Superannuation for Treatment
It’s possible to access your superannuation for compassionate reasons, including medical treatment. Visit the Australian Taxation Office website to learn more.