St. Luke’sHealth Health Insurance
“Since 1952.” (St.Luke’sHealth)
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St.Luke’sHealth health insurance FAQs
Choosing a health insurance policy can be a difficult task. Below, we answer some of the most frequently asked questions about St.Luke’sHealth health insurance.
You can sign up for St.Luke’sHealth health insurance by comparing health insurance on our health insurance comparison pages and applying on their website for the product of your choice.
If you need help applying, you can ask your questions in person at the St.Luke’sHealth branches across Tasmania and New Zealand (click here to find your nearest centre). Or you can call St.Luke’sHealth on 1300 651 988 (open Mon-Fri).
Be sure to compare health insurance with Canstar before signing up for a policy:
Yes. You can manage your St.Luke’sHealth health insurance policy and receive policy documents online. You can also download the St.Luke’sHealth Mobile Claiming App. Unless you specifically ask for a printed copy, St.Luke’sHealth will send you policy documents, tax statements and other communications electronically.
Yes. Your health insurance does not cover you overseas. If you are travelling overseas, you need travel insurance.
St.Luke’sHealth does not offer travel insurance, but members can receive a discount on travel insurance with partner travel insurance providers. You can compare travel policies on the Canstar website.
And vice versa – travel insurance only covers you while you are away from home on a trip. While you are in Australia, you need health insurance if you want to be covered for private healthcare costs. Find out more about the difference between health insurance and travel insurance here.
You can compare travel insurance on the Canstar website:
St.Luke’sHealth extras policies include dental plans as standard in their policies. 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 St.Luke’sHealth:
- On-the-spot: Around 20,000 Australian specialist providers have the HICAPS electronic claim system – just make sure you remember to bring your St.Luke’sHealth membership card to process the claim immediately.
- Mobile app: Make claims using the St.Luke’sHealth mobile claiming app (available for iPhone and Android devices). Simply register a few details, take a photo of your receipt, and press submit.
- In person: Claims can be made at any St.Luke’sHealth office or claims agent. You will need your St.Luke’sHealth membership card in order to claim at an agency. Agencies are restricted from paying benefit on some services.
- By post: You can download and fill out a claim form, attach your receipt from the specialist provider, and post this paperwork to:
PO Box 915
Launceston TAS 7250
St.Luke’sHealth will then make the payment by bank transfer directly into your nominated bank account.
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At the time of writing, St.Luke’sHealth does not provide overseas student health cover (OSHC) for international students visiting Australia on a student visa. You can compare OSHC policies available in Australia on the Canstar website:
Established in 1952, St.Luke’sHealth is a non-profit health insurance provider operating out of Tasmania. They insure people across all of Australia’s states and territories, and pride themselves on the ease of service they provide to their customers.
St.Luke’sHealth supports the community by filling gaps in local areas, for example, in Northern Tasmania, where they are providing the first private maternity services in that area as of July 2017.
They promise members:
“We at St.LukesHealth promise every man, woman and child, a relationship they can count on to help them stay healthy, get well and live better.”
St.Luke’sHealth is a voluntary signatory to the Private Health Insurance Code of Conduct, an industry measure which aims to increase transparency and trust in the private health sector by improving quality of service and use of plain language.