Darwin X-Ray, Ultrasound, Medical Imaging Services

Bulk billing, fees and charges

Territory X-ray Services is a bulk billing facility. We believe a high standard of diagnostic imaging should be available to all residents of the Territory. Our mission statement is 'to strive to offer our services to everybody in a timely manner'.

All HIC eligible examinations are rebateable at our facility with the exemption of MRI services. This MRI exemption will change in time as the federal government changes its policy toward bulk billing MRI services and we will keep you informed should this change.

We also offer services to all DVA patients with no out of pocket expense. Territory X-ray is an accredited Workcover facility. Workcover cases are welcome provided we have a valid workcover claim number.

If you are an Australian resident and eligible for Medicare, all of our procedures are bulk billed and no charge will apply at the time of your appointment* #.

If you are an overseas visitor or not eligible for Medicare, fees and charges will apply. Please contact the practice nearest you for prices.

*excludes Bone Densitometry (DEXA) scans as eligibility for this procedure is tightly controlled by Medicare. When presenting for this procedure, you may be asked to pay $82.30 at the time of your appointment after completing an assessment to determine your eligibility for bulk billing by Medicare or Veterans Affairs. This amount is fully rebateable for patients who are eligible for the procedure.

# If you are a Reciprocal Health Care Card holder from the UK, Sweden, Finland, Norway, the Netherlands, Malta or Italy, you are eligible for bulk billing on urgent General X-Ray procedures only. If referred for a CT or Ultrasound examination, you will be charged the relevant fee at the time of your appointment. You must then lodge a claim with Medicare to receive your service rebate if eligible. Anyone travelling on a student visa is ineligible for assistance through Medicare, regardless of their country of origin. Please discuss this with your doctor prior to contacting Territory X-Ray Services.