Consultation Fee - Self pay
Your initial consultation will consist of a review of your medical history, clinical examination and a full discussion of your particular expectations and concerns. The proposed treatment will be explained in detail including the procedure, recovery time and anticipated result along with any potential risks and complications of the surgery. The consultation fee is payable after your appointment and this can be direct to Mr Ghali or collected via our billing company (Patient Billing) via an online system called PatientZone. The fee also covers further preoperative visits should you require more information before considering surgery.
Consultation Fee - Insurance
Mr Ghali works with the major medical insurance companies, including BUPA and AXA PPP Healthcare. If you are seeing Mr Ghali through your insurance company you will need to obtain an authorisation code for the consultation prior to your appointment.
Surgical Fees - Self Pay
A detailed quote of the total cost together with our terms and conditions of surgery will be given to you after your initial consultation so that you are aware of all the costs involved before deciding on surgery. This may be at the different hospitals Mr Ghali operates at. This will include a surgical fee covering all routine post operative care and visits, an anaesthetic fee, as well as the hospital price including the length of stay.
Settlement of surgical and anaesthetic fees is requested two weeks in advance of your operation date. This is requested either by cash or by bank transfer as set out in your invoice. The hospital of choice will collect their fees direct.
Surgical Fees - Insurance
We will provide you with the procedure codes prior to surgery which you will need to give to your insurance company. They will provide you with an authorisation code before any procedure. Our billing company will collect the fees following surgery from the insurance company direct.
Please note that you are expected to know which parts of your treatment are and are not covered by your insurer. You will be responsible for any bills not covered by your insurer. If in any doubt consult your insurer beforehand for clarification.