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The Difference between Platinum Plus & Platinum Health

Police Health's Platinum Plus provides the same total health package available in Platinum Health but also includes older non-student children from 21 through until they turn 25. It does not matter if they are employed or unemployed, or living at home or away, they can still be covered under Platinum Plus as long as they are not married or in a defacto relationship.

If the children you wish to cover are aged under 21, or 25 if they are studying full-time at a recognised institution, you won't need Platinum Plus – our Platinum Health cover is all you'll need.

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Income test
rebate tiers ?

Depending on your age and income, the government may cover a percentage of your health insurance premium.

  • Full Rebate: Singles earning less than $90,000/ Families earning less than $180,000.
  • Tier 1: Singles earning $90,001 - $105,000/ Families earning $180,001 - $210,000.
  • Tier 2: Singles earning $105,001 - $140,000/ Families earning $210,001 - $280,000.
  • Tier 3: Singles earning more than $140,001 / Families earning more than $280,001.

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* Assumes nil Lifetime Health Cover Loading, if this does not apply please contact Police Health for a quote. ?

Lifetime Health Cover (LHC) is a Government initiative designed to encourage people to take out hospital insurance. If you don't hold private hospital insurance from 1 July after your 31st birthday you may pay an extra 2% on premiums for each year you go without hospital insurance.