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Get your patients off the wait list, treat them faster and have them home quicker.

Less waiting at the hospital

Our centres will use state-of-the-art technology to manage appointments and wait times for patients and share these with GPs so that everyone in the patient's care team is up to speed.

  • Prompt treatment, with minimal wait times
  • Get home sooner, recover faster
  • Focus on Category 3 patients (those waiting longest)
  • Evenings, weekend sessions for easier access
  • State-of-the-art technology
Our model will provide for the community what has previously only been available to the more affluent, sometimes with enormous cost differences. You do not need to have private health insurance to be treated at AGH nor will you walk out with a heavy burden of a medical bill. Instead, you will have upfront costs transparency; nothing more, nothing less.
Cost Example

Haemorrhoidectomy
at a private hospital
in Melbourne
= $3,144

(excluding surgeon and assistant fees)

Avant Garde Health
= $800 total

(including surgeon and assistant fees)

Affordable access, for everyone

We believe healthcare is a universal right. But good healthcare needs to do more. It must be available, holistic and above all, affordable, to create tangible and intangible outcomes for the patients who need it most.

After all, public healthcare across Victoria is at a tipping point. As the sector continues to grow in terms of both size and expenditure, there is increasing pressure from governments, insurers and patients for better value and innovative healthcare.

  • Affordable access for those who need it most
  • In some circumstances, at a fraction of the cost
  • Patients avoid private health insurance
  • Providing for the broader community

Direct access to specialists, the way it should be

It is hard to imagine a world where patients have direct access to specialists, where they are treated like a person, not like a number, and instead of being handed around from department to department, receive a one-on-one experience. It is the type of specialist approach your old textbooks would have championed, but the realities of working within the current health system have made this very hard to achieve.

  • Patients benefit from direct access to specialists
  • A one-on-one experience
  • Genuinely treat patients like a person, not a number
  • Improve health and wellbeing for all
  • Highly appealing to younger generations who value authenticity
  • Better support to older demographics

A more ‘human’ approach to health, the way it should be