Dr Hugh Morgan
Dr Hugh Morgan trained in psychiatry at Prince of Wales / Prince Henry Hospital and graduated from specialist training through the Royal Australian & New Zealand College of Psychiatry in 1997. He has been working as a general adult & adolescent psychiatrist since that time.
Hugh has a special interest in the assessment and treatment of depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, ADHD, and chronic fatigue syndrome. He has worked extensively as a Staff Specialist and Visiting Medical Officer in both public and community psychiatry in the Southern suburbs of Sydney. He has undertaken and published clinical research into social anxiety disorder at the Clinical Research Unit for Anxiety Disorders at St Vincents Hospital.
Over the years Hugh has been very involved in mental health training for general practitioners, having co-authored numerous journal articles on this topic. He has also worked for many years training psychiatric registrars in the use of evidence-based psychological therapy such as Cognitive Behaviour Therapy.
Hugh has extensive experience in the area of pharmacological management of mood disorders, anxiety, adult ADHD and a range of other mental disorders.
Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
Royal Aust. & New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP)
Australian ADHD Professionals Association (AADPA)
9am – 3pm
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9am – 5pm
9am – 5pm
An initial appointment with Dr Hugh Morgan is 75 minutes in length and costs $890. Medicare will pay back a portion of the fee if you bring a referral from your GP or another doctor. Follow-up appointments are typically much shorter with smaller out of pocket costs.
At the time of booking, Dr Morgan requires you to leave a partial prepayment of $350 (which is fully refundable should you cancel your appointment with at least 2 business days' notice). Missed appointments take valuable time away from others, and as such a prepayment is required to reduce the chance of non attendance.
The initial appointment includes a detailed history of your difficulties, as well as a more general medical, psychiatric and personal history, referral for medical tests if needed, along with a comprehensive discussion of the issues and a plan to address them. A summary letter will be sent back to your referring doctor with a copy for you to keep. The aim is to provide high quality care and transparent communication.
At the end of the initial session you and your clinician will decide on the duration and date of the next appointment. Sometimes Dr Morgan will ask your GP to assist in the follow up plan in between appointments with him.
Summary of costs:
|Out of Pocket Cost
|75 mins (Initial)
|5 min script consult (1-3 scripts only)
Prices subject to change without notice.
The safety net - how to budget for your health care:
The Medicare Safety Net system is designed to help make it more affordable for people to receive private health care if they have multiple health issues and need a lot of care. Each year, Medicare automatically keeps a tally of Medicare-claimable services for individuals, and counts your out of pocket costs (gap fees) towards the Medicare Extended Safety Net.
Once your out of pocket (gap) costs each year (across all specialists, GPs and psychologists) reach a certain threshold amount, Medicare will pay back the usual rebate listed above PLUS 80% of the remaining gap fee (up to a capped amount per transaction) for the rest of the year for any clinician you see who is part of the Medicare system. The threshold for individuals and families is currently around $2544.30 per year of out of pocket costs, or $811.80 per year for Concession Card Holders and Family Tax Benefit Part A). Gap fees for inpatient treatment do not count towards the Safety Net.
You need to register with Medicare to have your family members counted as part of the same safety net threshold..