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What is MyMedicare?

MyMedicare is centred around a new voluntary patient registration (VPR) system that will be linked to extra Medicare benefits for you. Changes will be introduced in stages, and VPR is the first step. Patients who have a Medicare or DVA card can register with their usual General Practice from 1st October 2023. 


Who is eligible for MyMedicare and VPR?

To be eligible to register with a practice you must have attended two face-to-face visits at that practice within the last 24 months, and you must have a Medicare or DVA card.

What are the benefits of MyMedicare?

MyMedicare and VPR aim to strengthen the relationship between the patient, their preferred doctor, and the practice. Details are still emerging, but from what we know at this stage, MyMedicare reform aligns well with our practice values, and will make positive changes to our health system possible in the future.

What are the immediate changes and how will they benefit me?

  • From 1 October 2023 eligible patients can register with MyMedicare. You are now able to register online or at the practice.

  • To register you can use MyGov or the Medicare Express Plus App

  • From 1 November 2023 registered patients will have access to new Medicare rebates for longer phone and video consultations.

  • Changes to Aged Care benefits and to Chronic Disease Management are planned for 2024, and additional benefits are forecast to be introduced over time.

What do I need to know?

  • Registration is voluntary and can be changed if your circumstances change in the future.

  • Our commitment to providing you with access to the highest quality care remains unwavering, and we want to reassure you that we do not intend to make any changes to the way you access care at Kenyon St Medical Centre, or to the practitioners’ existing private billing policy.

  • Neither the practice nor the practitioner will receive payment for your registration.

  • Patients can only register at one practice, but some people may be eligible to choose between multiple practices, depending on where they have received medical care within the last 24 months.

  • Patients should choose to register with their preferred practitioner at the practice where they intend to continue receiving their care at Kenyon St Medical Centre.

  • You can choose not to register, but you may miss out on extra Medicare benefits that you could be receiving.

  • There will be options for patients to register online or in person at the practice.

  • We will provide registration information and links on our website once registrations are open, and if available we intend to send digital invitations to register eligible patients via MyMedicare in MyGov.

  • To ensure that the GPs can continue to provide timely ongoing health care, and to avoid being over-subscribed, we intend to prioritise their existing regular patients for VPR at the practices.

With optimism, we are embracing this reform, and we encourage you to register with us. 

Please feel free to call or ask reception or your Doctor for more information.

Register for MyMedicare


Eligible patients of Kenyon St Medical Centre can now register for MyMedicare and strengthen their relationship with the practice and their preferred GP. We encourage our eligible patients to register, and are automatically accepting all requests to register.


To register you can use MyGov or the Medicare Expresss Plus App.


Search for the location where your preferred GP practices ie Kenyon St Medical Centre, 

Address: S1/9 Kenyon St, Fairfield, NSW 2165

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