We know that parents and caregivers can often have a lot of questions about their child’s development. Below is a list of frequently asked questions (FAQs) you can refer toIf you have a FAQ or concern not on this list, please contact us at info@wexfordkids.com.au

Who are Developmental Paediatricians? What experience and qualifications do the Developmental Paediatricians have?

http://www.wexfordkids.com.au/mission-statement/

What services are offered?

http://www.wexfordkids.com.au/about/

How do I make an appointment and what is the financial information?

Please call us on (08) 9467 6361 to make an appointment or visit our Contact Us page for more information on booking an appointment.

What Are Your Fees?

WEXFORD KIDS® is a private paediatric practice, which operates on a fee-for-service basis. Please refer to our Financial Information  section for more information.

Do I Need A Referral?

Yes, to claim a rebate from Medicare, a valid referral from your GP or specialist is required for every appointment. GP referrals are valid for 12 months and specialist referrals for 3 months.

You will be liable for the full cost of the service without a valid referral.

Does My Son Or Daughter Need To Attend The Appointment?

Medicare will not provide a rebate if your child is not present at the appointment. We recommend bringing a trusted friend or family member who can sit with your child in the reception area if your child cannot be left independently or if there are aspects of your appointment you would like to discuss privately with the paediatrician.

What Can I Expect At The Medical Consultation?

http://www.wexfordkids.com.au/what-to-expect-at-a-consultation/

What Do I Bring For The Appointments?

http://www.wexfordkids.com.au/what-you-bring-for-first-appointment/

Can I Contact You With Questions?

You are welcome to call, email or leave a message (if calling after hours). 

Our staff are happy to assist and will try to follow up with you within a business day.

If you need medical advice, please speak with our staff to arrange an appointment with your Pediatrician.  Your Pediatrician will always send a report to your referring GP or Specialist. If you have further questions and are unable to get in contact with your pediatrician, your GP or Specialist may be able to help. 

What Do I Do In An Emergency Situation Or With A Behavioral Crisis or Medication Side Effects?

Please note we are not an after-hours or emergency service.

In the case of an emergency, please dial 000 or present to the nearest emergency department.