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Yeah! Great cover that’s perfect for me!

Want to be covered for more than just the basics? Everyday Hospital Bronze Plus is perfect for singles and couples for just in-case.

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Everyday Hospital Bronze Plus

Save up to 10% if your are aged 18 to 29
  • If you’re aged 18–29 you could save up to 10% with the Youth discount.
  • Join before turning 26 and you’ll save 10% every year you remain on the cover until age 41.
  • You can even mix and match our great value extras with your hospital cover!
  • If you’re 31 and don’t have hospital cover, get it before 1 July and avoid the Lifetime Health Cover Loading (LHC).
  • Want to cut your premium further? Choose a $750 excess for an even lower premium!
higher excess of $750 for lower premiums
  • It’s a great hospital cover which includes 19 out of 38 clinical treatment categories, perfect for singles and couples who don’t have kids on the radar.

Everyone loves a discount

Are you eligible?

Join before turning 26 and you’ll save 10% every year you remain on the cover. The youth discount phases out by 2% each year after you turn 41.

30+ Years

$20.63*

per week

Less your 10% discount if you're eligible

*Premium for members eligible for a 25.059% Australian Government Rebate on private health insurance, located in Victoria with a $750 excess. Does not consider any Lifetime Health Cover loading which may apply. Rebate levels vary from 0% to 33.413% and depend upon your age and your income.

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Related to someone in the Australian Defence Force?

Stoked to be part of the family!

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

You’ll be covered for…

Everyday Hospital Bronze Plus is a great hospital cover which includes 19 of the 38 clinical treatment categories, perfect for singles and couples who don’t have kids on the radar.

The following clinical categories are also covered, and examples of treatment:

Clinical category
Example of treatment
Brain and nervous system
Treatment of the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nervous system (e.g. stroke, brain tumour, head injuries, epilepsy and Parkinson’s disease).
Eye (not cataracts)
Treatment of the eye and contents of the wall socket, including retinal detachment, eye infections, tear-duct conditions and trauma to the eye.
Digestive system
Investigation and treatment of the digestive system including the oesophagus, stomach, gall bladder, pancreas, spleen, liver and bowel.
Miscarriage and termination of pregnancy
Hospital treatment for the investigation and treatment of a miscarriage or for termination of pregnancy.
Joint reconstructions
Joint reconstruction surgery for torn tendons, rotator cuff tears and damaged ligaments.
Gastrointestinal endoscopy
Investigation and treatment of the gastrointestinal system using an endoscope.
Chemotherapy, radiotherapy and immunotherapy for cancer
Treatment (not surgery) for cancer or benign tumors.
Kidney and bladder
Investigation and treatment of kidney stones, adrenal gland and bladder, including kidney stones and incontinence.
Pain management
In-hospital treatment for pain management that does not require the insertion or surgical management of a device.
Male reproductive system
Investigation and treatment of the male reproductive system and prostate, including male sterilisation, circumcision and prostate cancer.
Hernia and appendix
In-hospital treatment of a hernia or appendicitis.
Breast surgery (medically necessary)
Investigation and treatment of breast disorders and associated lymph nodes and reconstruction or reduction after surgery for lesions, tumours, cancer, or preventative mastectomy
Gynaecology (not obstetrics)
Treatment of female reproductive conditions such as endometriosis, polycystic ovaries, female sterilisation and cervical cancer
Skin
Investigation and treatment of the skin, skin related conditions and nails, including removal of foreign bodies, treatment of skin conditions, medically necessary plastic surgery (e.g. melanoma, minor wound repair and abscesses).
Diabetes management (excluding insulin pumps)
In-hospital investigation and management of diabetes (not diabetes-related conditions).
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Avoid Lifetime Health Cover loading!

Boom! Just avoided the loading.

If you’re 31 and don’t have hospital cover by 1 July, get Everyday Hospital Bronze Plus and avoid the Lifetime Health Cover Loading (LHC).

You also get comprehensive ambulance treatment from state-appointed Ambulance providers so no need for a separate membership.