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Police Health

Police Health

4.2 from 18 reviews · View Statistics

Health Insurance Guide for 2020

The decision to take up private health insurance can be a very involved process, and the factors that go into your decision will be unique to you. Your first dip into the policy selection process can be pretty overwhelming, so this guide will help lay everything out for you as plainly as possible to get you on your way.

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Reviews

4.2

18 reviews
  • Value for Money
    1.0 (3)
  • Transparency
    1.0 (3)
  • Customer Service
    1.0 (3)
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Brett

BrettADELAIDE

  • 8 reviews
  • 9 likes

Cpap not covered under extras!

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Unfortunately being diagnosed with sleep aponea I called Police Health after being a member for ten years only to be told they only pay out for Cpap Machines on HOSPITAL COVER and nothing for Extras only. Makes sense because if your in hospital you would be getting a ENT procedure done and wouldn't require a Cpap Machine. Good for nothing......Police Health.

Value for Money
Transparency
Customer Service
Incentivised ReviewNo
Claim MadeNo
Plan CoverageExtras Only
Coverage TypeFamily
Under 30No
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Rod

RodQueensland

  • 39 reviews
  • 38 likes

No compassion

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Value for Money
Transparency
Customer Service
Incentivised ReviewNo
Claim MadeNo
Plan CoverageHospital and extras
Coverage TypeSingle
Under 30No
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Bec

BecSouth East Queensland, QLD

  • 3 reviews
  • 3 likes

Dont waste your money! Better Health Providers around

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Customer service is disgusting.. [Name Removed] was rude, unknowledgeable and should probably find a job that involves her not talking to people on a daily basis. Waste of money, waste of time and will be looking for a new provider thanks to [Name Removed]. Waited until the day before my surgery to tell me I was uncovered as they wanted to say it was pre existing! I had never even seen the surgeon before last week!! Will find anyway to get out of paying for something.

Value for Money
Transparency
Customer Service
Incentivised ReviewNo
Claim MadeNo
Plan CoverageHospital and extras
Coverage TypeCouple
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Questions & Answers

Margaret

Margaretasked

My son-in-law is a police officer. Am I eligible?

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Rod
Rod

Who Can Join?
Police Health is restricted access private health insurer exclusive for:

1. Current Australian police officers and police employees of state, territory or federal police departments, police unions and associations.

2. Retired and former police officers, and employees of police departments, unions and associations in Australia who resigned on or retired after 1 January 2001 (or any time for South Australia).

3. In addition, eligibility also extends to the families of the above:

partners, including spouse or defacto
former partners
dependent and adult children (including the partners and dependent children of the adult children)
Contact us if you are uncertain about your eligibility. 1800 603 603.

Hope it helps give them a call if you're unsure.

Police Health
Police H.Police Health

Hi Margret, Although you do not qualify for Police Health, you may be eligible to join our sister fund Emergency Services Health, to check your eligibility please give us a call 1300 703 703

Teggy

Teggyasked

Is this fund available for everyone including retired UK police officers?.

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Perseus
Perseus

From their web site: Police Health is restricted access private health insurer exclusive for:

1. Current Australian police officers and police employees of state, territory or federal police departments, police unions and associations.

2. Retired and former police officers, and employees of police departments, unions and associations in Australia who resigned on or retired after 1 January 2001 (or any time for South Australia).

3. In addition, eligibility also extends to the families of the above:

partners, including spouse or defacto
former partners
dependent and adult children (including the partners and dependent children of the adult children)

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