We specialise in Anatomical Pathology,
we do NOT collect blood samples

Information for Patients

PAYING A BILL

Some patients may receive an account if they are uninsured, not eligible for Medicare, not an Australian resident, be a member of a Health Fund which does not have an agreement with Gold Coast Pathology, or have had a procedure not fully covered by their Health Fund or Medicare.

Once an account has been received our Methods of payment are by:

  • Direct Deposit:
    • By using the invoice / transaction number as the reference for a direct deposit. Bank details are on the invoice.
    • By visiting a Bank of Queensland branch and making a deposit using the invoice / transaction number as the reference number. Bank details are on the invoice.
  • Telephone: Using a Credit Card – Visa or MasterCard are accepted.
  • Mail: Cheques, Money Orders or Credit Card details can be sent in with the bottom section of the invoice.
  • Pay in Person: At our office with credit card. Once payment has been received we will issue you with a receipt.

If you are experiencing financial difficulties please contact our office to discuss your payment options. You may lodge your invoice with Medicare and/or your private health insurance fund by filling out a Medicare Claim form and/or a Medicare Two-Way Claim form.

Medicare will then send a cheque to you. Your health fund will either send a cheque to you or deposit the money direct in to your bank account.

Forward payment to:

Gold Coast Pathology
PO Box 3540
Burleigh Town, QLD, 4220

Please email reception@goldcoastpathology.com.au or call us on (07) 5520 2289 if you have any further questions.

Gold Coast Pathology has been servicing the Gold
Coast medical community since 2010, delivering fast and reliable histopathology and cytopathology results