Health Partners Health Insurance
“Your health insurance partner.” (Health Partners)
Compare Health Partners health insurance
Here’s a snapshot of Health Partners’ health insurance current Hospital and Extras health cover for a single, 30-year-old male living in NSW. The results are sorted by monthly premium (lowest to highest).
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Health Partners health insurance FAQs
Choosing a health insurance policy can be a difficult task. Below, we answer some of the most frequently asked questions about Health Partners.
How to join Health Partners
You can sign up for Health Partners by comparing health insurance on our health insurance comparison pages and applying on their website.
If you need help applying, Health Partners offers a number of contact options. You can either use their 24/7 online web chat service, or give them a call on 1300 113 113 (open Mon-Fri) and talk to a customer service representative.
Be sure to compare health insurance policies on the Canstar website before signing up:
Can I manage my Health Partners policy online?
Yes. Health Partners encourages members to manage their policy online. Unless you specifically ask for a printed copy, they will send you policy documents, tax statements, and other communications by email or through the online login.
Can I get dental cover with Health Partners?
Health Partners extras policies include a dental benefit as standard. The level of cover you need will depend on the complexity and cost of the dental procedures you would like to have covered.
How do I lodge a claim with Health Partners?
Once you’ve received medical treatment or made a purchase covered by your policy, the next step is to make a claim. There are several ways you can lodge a claim with Health Partners:
- On-the-spot: Around 20,000 Australian specialist providers have the HICAPS electronic claim system – just make sure you remember to bring your Health Partners membership card to process the claim immediately.
- Mobile app: Make claims using the Health Partners mobile app (available for Apple and Android devices). Simply take a photo of your receipt using your smartphone and submit the claim for a benefit (requires internet connection via mobile data or WiFi).
- Online: Log into your Health Partners Members Online account section to make your claim online. Simply enter the details found on your receipt, and have your BSB and bank account number ready for immediate transfer of your benefit from health.com.au into your bank account.
- By post: You can download and fill out a claim form, attach your invoice and receipt from the specialist provider, and post this paperwork to:
Health Partners Claims Assessor
Reply Paid 1493
Adelaide SA 5001
Health Partners will then make the payment, either by direct credit to your bank account or by sending you a cheque.
Can I get Health Partners health insurance as an international student?
At the time of writing, Health Partners does not offer Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC). If you are an international student coming to Australia on a study visa, you can compare OSHC policies available in Australia on the Canstar website:
Can I get Health Partners Working Visa Health Cover?
At the time of writing, Health Partners does not offer Working Visa Health Cover (OVHC), as their cover is designed for people who have full Medicare eligibility. However, if you’re on an overseas visa and are from a country with a reciprocal healthcare agreement, you could be eligible for one of Health Partner’s policies.
Find out more by comparing working visa policies on our website:
About Health Partners
Founded in 1937, Health Partners officially opened as the South Australian Public Service Association Hospital Benefit Fund, with their core business to provide hospital cover to members of the SA Public Service Association and their families.
Since then, Health Partners has grown to become South Australia’s largest open (public offer) health fund. Today, they have a membership totalling almost 40,000, covering more than 80,000 people.
Health Partners also owns and operates four optical centres and provides a network of 50 participating pharmacies and 45 physiotherapy partners. Despite growth and changes in the industry, they proudly remain a not-for-profit, mutual health fund.
Health Partners joined the Members Own alliance in 2015. They support many different community organisations including Little Athletics SA and the SA Health and Medical Research Institute.