Defence Health Phone Number


How do I claim my health defense?

Manual claims

Or complete a claim form and: Email it with your accounts and/or receipts to [email protected]. Fax it with your accounts and/or receipts to 1800 241 581. Post it and your original accounts and/or receipts to Defence Health, PO Box 7518, Melbourne VIC 3004. via

Can anyone join Defence health?

Defence Health offers better value health cover for anyone with a Defence family connection. You can join Defence Health if you're the sibling, partner, child, grandchild or parent of a serving or former member of the Australian Defence Force or employee of the Department of Defence. via

Is Defence health any good?

Defence Health is fantastic value for money. Their claims process through their app is so quick and easy. Their staff are very friendly and helpful via telephone. The process to add a new member to the policy was very quick and easy. via

Can I claim prescriptions on Defence health?

Benefits are paid only where sight correcting prescriptions accompany the claim. Optical Network benefits are subject to your financial year limit and waiting periods. For the two pairs no-gap glasses deal, the second pair must be from the same or lower priced range and must be for the same prescription. via

Does Defence health cover remedial massage?

All members with extras cover can claim benefits for approved alternative therapies. These include acupuncture, myotherapy and remedial massage. Members on our mid and top-level extras covers can take advantage of screening tests and quit smoking program benefits in the 'health and wellbeing' category. via

Is Defence Health private?

Defence Health is not-for-profit, which means there's more for members rather than shareholders. We're here to protect the health of those who protect our country. via

How does Defence Health work?

As a Defence Health member you will receive 100% cover for all treatment provided by a state-appointed ambulance service in Australia. In NSW and the ACT, when you have hospital cover we pay a levy on your behalf which entitles you to ambulance services under the State/Territory ambulance transport schemes. via

Can Defence members use Medicare?

ADF members do not need a Medicare card to access Defence healthcare and do not have to pay the Medicare levy. However some members do choose to have a Medicare card or private health insurance if they use services outside of Defence. via

Who owns Defence health?

Company structure. Defence Health Limited is a company limited by guarantee, incorporated and operating in Australia. The 'members' of the company include the Chief of Army, Chief of Air Force and the Board. We're a not-for-profit, restricted access private health insurer. via

Is Defence health financial year?

Defence Health ADF Top Hospital cover does not exclude any Medicare-approved treatment which means no costly surprises. If you choose an excess, it is payable once only per policy, per financial year on an adult admission to hospital. via

What is Defence health insurer ID?

What is the health insurer ID? AHB is the code used by the ATO to identify Defence Health. via

Is HBF under Ahsa?

CBHS Corporate Health Pty Ltd is a new AHSA Fund effective from 1 September 2016. GMF/Healthguard has merged with HBF. From 13 Feb 2017, HBF participates in all states except WA. Nurses & Midwives Health Pty Ltd is a new AHSA Fund effective from 16th January 2017. via

Is Frank part of Ahsa?

Frank members love the fact Frank has agreements with more than 480 private hospitals around Australia. The Australian Health Services Alliance (AHSA) takes care of the paperwork. via

Whats a benefit code?

The benefit code indicates the (maximum) aged based rebate percentage that applies at the time the payments were received. via

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