Hospital fees and charges

COVID-19 testing and treatment

If you go to a public hospital or clinic for COVID-19 testing and treatment, you won't be charged.

If you have adequate health insurance, treatment costs will be billed directly to your insurer. You will not have any out-of-pocket expenses.

Read the Northern Territory hospital fees and charges.

As well as admitted and non-admitted patient fees, this guide has information on fees for the following:

  • prosthetics
  • orthotics
  • dialysis
  • rehabilitation
  • medical transport
  • medical reports, records and imaging.

These charges only apply to goods and services provided to some types of patients, such as:

  • people who don't have access to Medicare, including people from overseas travelling in Australia
  • people who are covered by insurance, including workers compensation.

Last updated: 30 April 2020

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