Latrobe Health Insurance
What health insurance does Latrobe Health offer?
Latrobe Health offers a range of basic, core and premium extras policies in addition to hospital policies that span the Bronze, Silver and Gold cover tiers.
Compare Latrobe Health Insurance
Here’s a snapshot of Latrobe Health’s current hospital cover for a single male living in Victoria. The results are sorted by estimated monthly premium (lowest to highest) with links direct to the providers website.
Here’s a snapshot of Latrobe Health’s current extras cover for a single male living in Victoria. The results are sorted by estimated monthly premium (lowest to highest) with links direct to the providers website.
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Latrobe Health Insurance FAQs
You can join Latrobe Health online, or you can visit a branch or call 1300 362 144 (open Mon-Fri).
Before taking out a health insurance policy, you may first want to compare your options with Canstar.
Yes. In fact, Latrobe Health members are encouraged to manage their policy online. Latrobe Health has an online member service portal which provides easily accessible documents and other important information about your membership. You can also make credit card payments, access and update your membership information, view your claims history and more.
Yes, Latrobe Extras Cover and Latrobe Hospital and Extras Cover both 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.
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 Latrobe:
- Claim on the spot – swipe your membership card at the time of receiving your treatment with registered providers.
- Claim via the Latrobe Health app from your mobile phone or tablet.
- Submit a claim form by post, via email email@example.com or one of the Latrobe Health branches.
At the time of writing, Latrobe Health does not offer Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) or Working Visa Health Cover (OVHC), as their cover is designed for people who have full Medicare eligibility. If you’re on an overseas visa and are from a country with a reciprocal healthcare agreement, you could be eligible.
If you are an international student coming to Australia on a study visa, you can compare OSHC policies available in Australia with Canstar:
Latrobe Health Services is an Australian-owned not-for-profit registered private health insurer established in 1951.
Today, Latrobe Health Services is one of Australia’s largest not-for-profit private health insurers and provides cover to more than 81,000 Australians.
Latrobe Health says it exists solely for the benefit of its members, providing choice for those needing to access health care.