PH:(08) 9420 4900

FAX:(08) 6270 5416


Patient information


How do I get an appointment?

Dr Rodrigues is an adult movement disorders and migraine specialist. Paediatric patients (under 18) or patients with other neurological conditions are not treated by Dr Rodrigues.

Please visit your GP or Specialist and request a referral. Your doctor can send the referral directly to Dr Rodrigues or you can do so yourself.

Via email:

Via post:

Hollywood Consulting Centre
Level 3
Suite 303
91 Monash Avenue
Nedlands WA 6009

Via fax:

08 6270 5416

The day of your appointment

Please try to arrive 5 minutes earlier to complete patient registration as your time is valuable and we make every effort to run on time.

Delays may occur due to urgent patients and other factors beyond our control.

What should I bring to the appointment?

  • A current referral from your doctor
  • Patient Information Form
  • Medicare, DVA, Private Health Fund cards
  • Previous scans or reports if you have them

Download the Patient Information Form

Cancellation of appointments

We require 24 hours notice for the cancellation of appointments or cancellation fees may apply. Please call 9420 4900 or email should you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment.

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Full payment of our consultation fees is required on the day of your appointment. The preferred method of payment is EFTPOS or Credit/Debit card. Please note we do not accept American Express.

An estimate of the fees can be provided by reception staff prior to the consultation.

We will submit your Medicare Rebate request online at the time of payment for reimbursement to your chosen bank account.

Financial information

Fee structures are complex. The government set Medicare fees in the early 1980s at a level that recognised the costs of practice. However over the years there has been an increasing gap between the costs of medical practice, and the government assigned Medicare scheduled fee.

The Australian Medical Association sets fees that reflect the true costs of medical practice. These fees are now about 2.5 times the Medicare scheduled fee, reflecting the ever increasing gap. To further complicate the issue, the government reimburses the patient with 85% of the Medicare scheduled fee that they recommend.

The charges by this practice reflect the complexity of the assessment and the procedure, taking into account correspondence, reporting and aftercare that may not be immediately evident.

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