Their reception uses a manual typewriter and they do not provide any kind of electronic method of payment. No EFTPOS, no credit card - and when they send your (typed) account, you cannot pay by direct deposit or BPay either. As I do not have a cheque book, I was forced to purchase a money order to pay my bill - at a cost of $4.50. Extremely inconvenient.
Payment for those of us who operate within this century, is non-existant. FYI - when you DON'T recieve their bills, they don't courtesy call you, they send you a tacky little blue note with a threat to sue, without any clear identification of who they are, how to contact them, or a signature. Their methods of inciting fear from those unfortunately referred to them are crude and rudimentary. Their methods certainly speak to a different generation. The reluctance to operate outside 1962 does nothing to instill confidence in their patients. Redeemingly, the doctor has a sunny disposition, however I left with the urge to get a second opinion. And also a money order.