Police Health - Unlimited Ambulance Cover Australia-wide

Did you know that to call an ambulance can cost around $900 depending on your state or territory?

In a medical emergency, the cost of calling an ambulance is not at the top of your mind, but the bill after can be quite a shock if your do not have an ambulance cover. Good news when you are insured with Police Health all policies include ambulance cover- Australia Wide no matter if you’re in your home state or visiting another part of Australia.  

 

Comprehensive 100% Ambulance cover for emergency transport, clinically required non-emergency transport and treatment not requiring transport.*

 

What's not covered?

Benefits are not payable:

  • For elective ambulance transport or other non-eligible ambulance service, for example when you pre-book transport between locations such as going from a hospital to a nursing home.
  • When you’re covered by a third party arrangement**.  Examples include where you are covered by an ambulance subscription or if you have access to a State/Territory ambulance transportation scheme. 
  • If you are still serving waiting periods.

 

*May be subject to waiting periods and other conditions.

**Third Party Arrangements:  Please note Queensland and Tasmanian residents have third party arrangement ambulance services provided by state government schemes. In some other states, Department of Veterans Affairs Gold Card, pension and healthcare card holders may be exempt from paying for ambulance services.  Under those arrangements, the relevant scheme is responsible for the cost and Police Health does not pay a benefit.  If the benefit for any eligible ambulance treatment costs are not fully covered by an arrangement or scheme, Police Health will pay a benefit.

 

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