Frequently Asked Questions 

Do I need a Referral?


No, you do not need at referral to come and see any of our providers.

You can pay privatley or you can use your Private Health Care card (check if your insurance covers it).

You can visit and discuss with you’re GP and talk over whether a Medicare Chronic Disease Management Program (CDM) or a Department of Veterns Affiairs (DVA / D904) is the appropriate referral for you to come to B Mee Allied Health.


What are your fee’s?


Our fees may vary depending which appointment you are having.

If you are coming under a DVA (D904) referral or Workcover there is no out of pocket expenses.

NDIS clients are charged inline with the NDIS fee schedule for allied health providers and invoices will be sent directly to your plan manager (if plan mangered)

 If your visit is under CDM (Medicare) referral from your GP, you will need to pay the full fee upfront for the consultation on the day. We will imediatley electronically lodge your consultation to Meidcare and you will get yourrebate back for the consulation paid directly back into the bank account that is linked to your my gov account within 24-48 hours.

Is there a cancellation policy?


Yes – we ask that you please inform us 24 hours (1 working day) prior to your appointment, if you need to cancel or change your appointment time.

If you need to cancel within 24 hours (1 working day) or non-attendanc is recorded you may be charged for your appointment in full.

NDIS clients have regular booked times and must give 2 bussiness days of notice of cancellations in accordance to the NDIS Pric3e Guide and B Mee Service Agreements.


Please make every effort to attend your appointments or give 24 hours notice so that others waiting for an appointment may be phones and booked in.


What do we wear?

This will vary as the sort of appointment you are booked in for.


Recovery Room

  • Cryotherapy you will be suppiled with a robe and you will wear just your underwear into the cryo chamber
  • Infared Suana towels will be supplied, you can wear whatever you are most comfortable in to sweat it out.


Cooking  (Kithen) 

  • For safety reasons please wear closed in shoes


Exercise (Rehab Gym)

  • Please wear closed in shoes and comfortable clothing to allow free movement. Example; shorts, singlets, shirt and gym wear attire.



  • No speacial clithing is required when attending for a standard consultation – Diebetes educator, CDM Initial

If you are unsure on what to wear please feel free to phone our reception to clarify.


Do you have parking?

Yes – there is parking down the side and around the back of the B Mee building for our clients.


If there are any other concerns or questions be sure to give our reception a call.