Fees & Charges Policy
We charge according to the type of assessment or appointment you require.
A written report is produced following all assessments. Additional charges are payable for the writing of medical reports and letters which are requested in addition to this.
Emails relating to medical matters that require time to read or respond to will also attract a fee.
Fees are subject to change without notice.
By using the services provided by the Oxford ADHD Centre, you agree to our charging policies, consultation charges, and terms and conditions of business.
All fees must be settled at the time of consultation. Assessments must be paid in advance of the assessment date. We accept credit/debit cards, BAC’s transfers, cheques and cash. We are unable to accept American Express.
If you wish to use medical insurance for your consultation, please arrange for a guarantee of payment to be sent to the practice prior to your appointment. If we do not receive a guarantee of payment, responsibility for the fee falls to the patient. You may then claim back from your insurer at a later date.
Patients with outstanding accounts are only seen at the clinician’s discretion.
We require at least 48 hours’ notice for the cancellation of appointments. Cancellations with less than 48 hours’ notice will incur a charge of 50% of the total fee. If less than 24 hours’ notice is given, or if you do not attend your appointment, the full fee will be payable. Cancellation of Monday appointments must be given by 12pm on the Thursday before.
New Patient Appointment
QB Check and report
£200 – £250
|Autism Assessment: Child
ASD Parent Workshops (2 Saturdays)
|Psychology AppointmentsNew assessment
|Communication Telephone / Letter / Email Responses – per 15 minute increment||£30|
|Session Overrun ChargesPer 15 minute increment||Pro rata per cost of the appointment or assessment|
|CoachingOne hour appointment||£85|
Terms & Conditions
Name of Company
Oxford ADHD Centre
Place of Business
The office of Oxford ADHD Centre is situated at 40 Windmill Road, Headington, Oxford, OX3 7BX
Statement of Purpose
The clinic is a specialist independent clinic in Oxford for children and adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and related conditions.
All patients of Oxford ADHD Centre must register before they are able to use the services provided by the Centre.
Fees and Payment
We charge on the basis of time spent or are likely to spend in dealing with care. This may include time spent considering and researching matters, making and receiving telephone calls, as well as responding to emails and issuing letters. Full details of our fee structure are available. Fees are subject to change without notice. By using the services provided by the Oxford ADHD Centre, you agree to our charging policies, consultation charges and terms and conditions of business.
All fees must be paid for at the time of consultation. Assessments must be paid in advance of the assessment date.
We accept credit/debit cards, BAC’s transfers, cheques and cash. Unfortunately we do not accept American Express. Payments can be made in person at reception after appointments. We will provide a receipt for all payments which may be used to claim reimbursement from your health insurance should you have cover.
Further treatment will only be offered at the discretion of the clinic for any patients who have outstanding accounts.
Patients are advised that in booking an appointment they are reserving the medical practitioner’s time exclusively for their treatment. We require at least 48 hours’ notice for the cancellation of appointments. Cancellations with less than 48 hours’ notice will incur a charge of 50% of the total fee. If less than 24 hours’ notice is given, or if you do not attend your appointment, the full fee will be payable. Cancellation of Monday appointments must be given by 12pm on the Thursday before.
Telephone consultations are subject to a charge of £30 per 15 minute increment.
Communication and Confidentiality
If patients have any preference as to the method of our communication, please state this on your Personal Information form.
We have thorough standards in the maintenance of confidentiality.
We are fully registered with the Care Quality Commission.
Data Protection Act 1998
We observe the requirements of the Data Protection Act 1998 and the data protection principles in relation to personal data. By agreeing to these terms you are agreeing to the processing of personal data to enable us to carry out work on your behalf. Under the Data Protection Act 1998 you have a right to request details of your personal data held by us.
Oxford ADHD Centre believe strongly in protecting our users’ privacy and will not wilfully disclose information about visitors to our site to any third party without first receiving that user’s permission. Oxford ADHD Centre may conduct occasional email surveys. This information will be used only by Oxford ADHD Centre to help create a better service. Oxford ADHD Centre provides users the opportunity to opt out of receiving further communications at the point where your personal information is requested. Alternatively, users may opt out of receiving mailings by contacting Oxford ADHD Centre. Removal requests will be acted upon within 28 days of the request. Oxford ADHD Centre will not sell, rent, share, trade or give away any of your personal information on its email lists. Oxford ADHD Centre is committed to the security of user information and has security procedures in place to protect the loss, misuse or alteration of information under its control. This website contains links to other websites and Oxford ADHD Centre is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such websites.
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