Hunters Hill Private Hospital
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Reconditioning Day Program

The Reconditioning Day Program is suitable:

  • Following an acute episode of illness or undergone a surgical procedure with subsequent deterioration in functional ability
  • Acute Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Severe soft tissue injury or disease

If you are a Hunters Hill Private inpatient, we will organise the referral for you and your care will continue to be managed by your inpatient Rehabilitation Physician.

All you need is a referral from your GP or specialist. Referrals can be sent via our referral pad or letter from your doctor to the Parkinson’s Reconditioning Program and faxed to 8876 9436 or email:

Download Referral form

Upon receipt of referral you will be reviewed by the Rehabilitation Physician along with the Allied Health Team consisting of

  • Physiotherapist
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Dietitian

Please bring the following documentation with you for your initial assessment:

  • Referral letters
  • Relevant x-rays
  • Private health fund insurance details
  • Medicare card
  • Compensation details if your treatment is related to a workers compensation or third party claim
  • Wear shorts or other comfortable clothes that allow access to your legs
  • Swimsuit (if participating in Hydrotherapy)
  • Medication you require during the session

If your hospital program is covered by private health insurance or Veteran’s Affairs, the account will be sent directly to the relevant organisation. A health fund check will be completed upon receipt of referral to ensure coverage. You will be notified of any co-payment or excess prior to your admission. If it is covered by Worker’s Compensation or transport accident schemes, approval must be sought prior to your admission. Should a patient wish to pay for their treatment independently, the fee structure will be explained before commencement.

  • Limited free parking is available on site and there is ample parking in adjacent streets.
  • Ferry Service – there is a regular ferry service from Circular Quay to Valencia Street wharf. Bus 538 from the wharf stops outside the hospital.
  • Regular bus services run from the city.
  • For up to the date bus and ferry service information please phone 131 500.
  • A transport service is available to pick up and drop off patients within a certain radius. Please make arrangements for this service when booking in
  • Community Transport from your local provider
Reconditioning Day Program