Allied Health & Nursing Services

A range of Allied Health and Nursing-led services are available at the Summit Health Centre.  These are provided by both private clinicians as well as government and non-government services.

Audiology

Hearing Matters
Audika
South Australian Cochlear Implant Centre

Community Health

Country Health Connect

Dietitian

Sustenance Sport and Health

Exercise Physiology

Sustenance Sport and Health

Pain Clinic

Hills Integrated Pain Team

Mental Health & Counselling

Summit Health Counselling
AnglicareSA
Big Little Steps Psychology

Physiotherapy

Adelaide Hand & Upper Limb Physiotherapy
MyPhysioSA

Podiatry

Hills, Murray and Fleurieu Podiatry
Mt Barker Summit Podiatry

General Information
Allied health and nursing services can play a key role in the treatment, management and prevention of many medical conditions. The allied health professionals and nursing staff at The Summit Health Centre work closely with the GPs and medical specialists in the Centre to ensure a multidisciplinary and integrated approach is taken towards assisting your health and wellbeing.

There may be eligibility criteria that you need to meet in order access some of the services provided by the government (SA Health) and non-government service (Summit Health Mental Health & Counselling services).

Depending on the service you are receiving there may be a payment required for seeing your allied health professional or nurse.  Services provided by Summit Health mental health and counselling services do not incur a fee . Please check specific services information profiles for billing details.

Private Health Rebates
Most private health insurance policies offer rebates for various allied health services through “Extras” cover. The rebate amount is dependent on the type and level of your insurance cover.  If you maintain private health, we recommend you enquire with your insurer to determine the scope of coverage for allied health services, under your policy.

Medicare Rebates
Medicare rebates apply to patients with a GP Management Plan and Team Care Arrangement or Mental Health Care Plan that has been prepared by their GP. An eligible patient needs to have been referred by their GP for the specific allied health services recommended in their care plan. Eligible patients can receive a maximum of 5 allied health consultations per calendar year (up to 10 for Mental Health Care Plan psychology services).