Heyday’s passionate team are committed to providing excellent care at reasonable prices.
We offer a free, no commitment consult with one of our Clinic Nurses to answer any questions that you may have about Heyday Clinic and plant medicine treatments
Heyday doctors are Authorised Prescribers (APs) for a vast range of products and follow the Heyday Clinic code of conduct. We pride ourselves on our ability to find solutions that best fit the individual’s needs, goals and budget.
In addition to finding cost effective solutions, the Heyday team will provide you with the tools and skills that allow you to get the most out of your medicine. With the right approach, a little goes a long way.
*Concession is available for patients with a healthcare card, DVA veteran card, aged pension card or evidence that you are on a disability support pension.
*If you see a Heyday doctor on a Saturday, you will be charged the full fee and concession and transfer consult rates will not apply.
1.7% credit card surcharge applies to all online payments
If you see Dr Jim Connell or Dr Melissa Phillis face to face, your gap payment will be the same as the advertised rates above. You will be invoiced a higher amount but you will receive a Medicare rebate for this service making out of pocket costs the same.
If you have reached your safety net you may be entitled to greater rebates for these services which can lead to savings on out of pocket costs.
The answer to this question depends on a range of factors, most importantly a patient’s dosage size and frequency of administration. Generally, most patients will spend between $3 - $10 per day for their medicines.
In general, oil based medicines may cost between $80 and $300 depending on the product’s size and cannabinoid concentration.
Flower based medicines generally cost between $130 and $200 per unit.
Just like a regular medical clinic, Heyday provides scripts for products but does not supply the products themselves - this is the job of the pharmacy. As such, the costs of plant medicines may vary slightly depending on the prices set by your pharmacy of choice.