IVF Costs Queensland
At The Fertility Centre, we are committed to making IVF as affordable as possible. In fact, we were Queensland's first low cost IVF clinic. We offer low cost IVF in two convenient Queensland locations – Brisbane and the Gold Coast.
We bulk bill all Medicare eligible expenses. This includes blood tests, ultrasound scans, GP and nurse consultations, egg and sperm collections, cycle fees, embryo transfer, and pregnancy tests.
Our highly experienced team of fertility specialists, nurses and scientists can help make your dream of having a baby come true – without placing stress on your finances. Our bulk bill model allows us to keep treatment costs to a minimum whilst still offering excellent fertility treatment, diagnosis and care.
IVF treatment at The Fertility Centre in Queensland is bulk billed with your out of pocket costs just $850 excluding medications.
- How much does an IVF fertility assessment cost?
A fertility assessment can identify why you and your partner are struggling to get pregnant, and help our experienced fertility specialists determine the best treatment option to help you fall pregnant faster.
An initial fertility assessment (male & female) only costs $80 per couple (out-of- pocket, after your Medicare rebates have been claimed).
This includes your initial consultation to discuss your medical history and the coordination of your male and female fertility tests. We bulk bill all possible blood tests and the ultrasound to ensure you receive a thorough assessment at an affordable rate.
- How much does IVF cost?
Below is an indication of the out of pocket prices you can expect to pay at The Fertility Centre in Queensland. These costs are your final expenses after receiving the Medicare rebate on your IVF cycle. Only Australian residents are eligible for the Medicare rebate. Your individual circumstances including Medicare rebates, tax benefits, concessions and the Medicare Safety Net will affect your overall IVF cycle fees.
Cost HCC* IVF/ICSI cycle Bulk Bill Bulk Bill Initial appointment out of pocket Bulk Bill Bulk Bill Procedure fee $850 $850 Medication $40.30 $40.30
*HCC refers to Health Care Card holders
- Financial Assistance Package
We understand that for some couples, IVF treatment is financially out of reach.
To allow more couples to access the treatment they may need we are pleased to offer our Financial Assistance Package at our Queensland clinics.
Am I eligible for the Financial Assistance Package?
New and existing patients who meet one or more of the following criteria will be eligible to access bulk billed IVF cycles:
- Health Care Card holders
- Recipients of Family Tax Benefit A
- Couples who can demonstrate they have a combined income of <$80,000 pa
Our costs Nursing appointment, Fertility Specialist consultation, fertility assessment and associated male and female diagnostic tests $159* Medication Approx. $150 (Approx. $20 for HCC holders) IVF cycle $0 ICSI (if required) $0 Day theatre procedure fee $500
*This is your out-of- pocket cost, after your Medicare rebates have been claimed.
- How do we compare to other bulk billed IVF providers?
Our costs Other providers (approx. costs) Initial appointment - fertility assessment and diagnostic tests $159 $0 - $160 Coordination fee $0 $0 - $600 Registration fee $0 $0 - $110 Medication Approx. $150 (approx. $20 for HCC holders) Approx. $150 (approx. $20 for HCC holders) IVF cycle $0 $0 Day surgery / procedure fee $500 $500 - $1,500 ICSI (if required) $0 $0 - $335 Approximate out-of-pocket costs $809 $650 - $2,855
- Medicare, bulk billing and IVF
Bulk billing is a payment option under the Medicare system of universal health insurance in Australia, where your health professional directly receives the Medicare rebate as full payment for their services. This means you are not required to pay for this service. At The Fertility Centre, we offer bulk billing wherever possible for blood tests, and through our simplified service model, aim to minimise the costs of all other tests and treatments.
If your out-of-pocket costs exceed an annual threshold, the Extended Medicare Safety Net (EMSN) provides an additional rebate on top of that covered by the Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS) for IVF treatments and related costs. It is important to register for the Medicare Safety Net as it is not automatic. Read more about the Medicare Safety Net.
If you are Health Care Concession card holder, the cost of your IVF cycle through The Fertility Centre will be even lower. Find out if you are eligible for a Health Care Concession card.
- IVF with no private health insurance
During IVF treatment your private health insurance can only be used to help cover Day Hospital and anaesthetist fees associated with the egg collection. In QLD and NSW, under the simplified treatment model at The Fertility Centre, your eggs are collected at the clinic in our procedure room eliminating the need for admission to a Day Hospital. Therefore you do not need to have private health insurance receive low cost treatment at The Fertility Centre.