See a Doctor For a Radiology Referral For $35

Consult an Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) accredited telehealth doctor about your radiology referral needs.

How An Online Doctor's Consult Works

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You’re connected to an AHPRA registered doctor

You’re connected with an AHPRA registered doctor within 15 minutes for a video consult on your mobile phone or computer.
Receive your medical certificate, scripts or referrals
You’ll receive any scripts from the consult via SMS, and any referrals or certificates via email.

Frequently Asked Questions

An online doctor consultation allows a patient to consult a doctor remotely via video call when a physical examination is unnecessary, and/or the patient is unable to present to a clinic in person. Hola Health provides telehealth via video calls and online requests.
Standard GP consults – $35
Long GP consults – $45
 
Please note: Hola Health telehealth consults are not Medicare rebateable.

Hola Health consults are performed exclusively by Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) registered doctors.

The provision of any prescriptions are at the discretion of the doctor who determines the best course of action. Doctors are unable to prescribe Schedule 8 medicines and Schedule 4D medicines via a telehealth consultation.
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Radiology (also known as diagnostic imaging) refers to the use of medical imaging technologies, such as X-rays, CT scans, MRI scans, ultrasounds, and others to diagnose the cause of your symptoms.

When your GP requires specific imaging tests or procedures to help diagnose or monitor a medical condition, a radiology referral is issued.

Radiology (also known as diagnostic imaging) refers to the use of medical imaging technologies, such as X-rays, CT scans, MRI scans, ultrasounds, and others to diagnose the cause of your symptoms.

When your GP requires specific imaging tests or procedures to help diagnose or monitor a medical condition, a radiology referral is issued.

The referral is often provided in the form of a written order or an electronic referral. This document includes essential information such as the type of imaging needed, any specific areas of focus, and relevant patient details and others.

You can take your radiology referral to any Australian radiology clinic

Radiology is bulk billed by many radiology centres. Please contact your local centre for their fee schedule.

With the referral in hand, you can contact a radiology facility to schedule your appointment. Some radiology tests require a booking, please call the radiology centre to check for their booking requirements.

What Is Radiology And Why a Radiology Referral Is Provided?

Radiology (also known as diagnostic imaging) refers to the use of medical imaging technologies, such as X-rays, CT scans, MRI scans, ultrasounds, and others to diagnose the cause of your symptoms.

When your GP requires specific imaging tests or procedures to help diagnose or monitor a medical condition, a radiology referral is issued.

What kind of issues will need a radiology referral?

Some of the issues that may require diagnostic imaging for the doctor to assess and treat are – Bone complications such as fractures, infections, dislocations and arthritis, Chest complications such as pneumonia, heart failure or collapsed lung, Cancers, Bowel blockages, Removal of foreign objects, stomach problems, gynecology issues etc. 

How will your GP provide a radiology referral?

The referral is sent via email. This document includes essential information such as the type of imaging needed, any specific areas of focus, relevant patient details and others. You can take your radiology referral to any Australian radiology clinic. 

Is radiology bulk billed?

Radiology may be bulk billed by many radiology centers’. Please contact your local centre for their fee schedule. 

Will I Have To Book The Test In Advance?

With the referral in hand, you can contact a radiology facility to schedule your appointment. Some radiology tests require a booking, please call the radiology centre to check for their booking requirements.