At RJK Optometry, we welcome all new patients
If you are new to RJK Optometry, you can save time by downloading and completing the below
New Patient Form(s) and bringing it with you to your appointment.
We use cutting-edge technology to complete these exams so we can have a clear view of the deepest recesses of your eyes.
At RJK Optometry we’re not just completing a quick ‘sight test’. We are looking at the overall health of your eye AND your vision. If further testing is needed, a subsequent appointment may be necessary.
Children’s consultations may be different.
We can examine babies and toddlers through to young adults. These examinations can vary greatly depending on the needs of the child.
We can detect and manage a variety of conditions in children including turned eyes, lazy eye, reading and focussing difficulties.
What to bring
Please bring your Medicare card. Also bring a debit card so that we can deposit your Medicare rebate into your account and save you the trip to a Medicare office.
This card doesn’t have to be linked to your registered Medicare account.
- Bring your private health fund card so we can process your rebate on the spot when purchasing glasses or contact lenses.
- If you have a health care card or any concession cards, please bring them along too.
- If you currently wear glasses, sunglasses or contact lenses, it will be helpful for us to review these as well.
- For your child’s appointment if they have had any other testing completed (i.e. teachers, paediatrician, other specialists) please bring the reports with you.
Fees at RJK Optometry
We are a private billing practice Initial consultations are $94 ($84 if you are a concession card holder or children under 18) this payable on the day but we can process your medicare claim on the spot and you will receive a rebate from Medicare of $57.80)
Review appointments have a sliding scale and also attact a Medicare rebates .
Contact lens consultation fees (including ortho-k) vary according to the complexity of the fit and we are happy to advise you of these at the time of your initial consultation.