Do I need a referral?
What does a podiatrist do?
What is the waiting list?
Do you have HICAPS?
Does my Private health fund cover podiatry?
Will Medicare cover podiatry?
Do you accept credit cards?
Do you have wheelchair access?
Is there parking?
Which end of Myers Street are you?
No. Podiatrists are primary care providers so we do not require a referral. To see a podiatrist at the Geelong Foot Clinic it is as simple as calling our friendly reception staff on (03) 5222 4020 to make an appointment.
We deal with foot and leg related problems. Refer to our services page for a list of problems that we can assist you with.
While we cannot guarantee it we are usually able to make same day appointments. We work hard to ensure everyone is seen as early as possible.
Yes. Our HICAPS facility allows us to make a claim to your private health fund on the day of treatment so you only need to pay the gap. This saves you the time and hassle of lodging a claim yourself.
All private health funds cover podiatry, however often your level of cover will determine if you are covered. Refer to your health fund’s Product Disclosure Statement or call them directly to find out if you are entitled to podiatry rebates.
Generally no. However there are circumstances where Medicare will pay a percentage of the fee. This is restricted to those who have had an Enhanced Primary Care Plan lodged with Medicare by their doctor. Only people with chronic medical conditions are eligible and it is the doctor’s sole decision whether or not to do so.
We have a large range of payment options including cash, Eftpos and credit card. We take all forms of cards except for Diner’s club and American Express. Unfortunately we do not accept personal cheques.
Yes. There is a short ramp to the front door with only a slight gradient and the clinic is on a single level.
Yes. We have off street parking at the front of our building. Enter the driveway at 12 Myers St.
We are at the Latrobe Terrace end between Latrobe Terrace and Fenwick St.