- Coronavirus FAQ's
- How we're supporting you during coronavirus
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How we're supporting you during coronavirus
For our Customers:
We’ve made the move to make our phone service available to you while our team continues to work safely from home.
Unfortunately, we’ve had a few delays in getting this going due to the lockdown here in Melbourne. We’ll initially be starting things off with a callback feature, and hope to move back to our usual operations as soon as possible. Servicing our customers is our top priority. We’re always working to make it as smooth and easy as we can.
Our customer service team will be returning callback requests during our normal business hours of Monday - Friday, 8am – 6pm AEDT.
You can call us on 1300 199 802 and leave a message with your enquiry and preferred contact details. We'll aim to get back to you within one business day.
In the meantime, you can still reach us via all our other online channels such as live chat, Facebook messenger or email through our contact form, so we can assist you with any questions or queries you may have. We’re also still processing your claims - that’s what we’re here for - so feel free to submit those online.
Please see our coronavirus FAQ's for other support options available.
For our Medical & Hospital Providers:
Please note – If an Online Eligibility Check (OEC) is flagging as Eligible Subject to Conditions, you must ensure you contact the fund to clarify excess or co-payment amounts applicable, exclusions/restrictions, financial status, level of cover.
When using the contact us form or emailing us, please copy and paste the below template to ensure we have all of the relevant information for us to respond in a timely manner.
Provider Phone Number:
Provider Email Address:
Member Full Name:
Date of Service:
MBS Item Numbers:
Presenting Illness Code:
Notes: (i.e. Further information regarding your enquiry)
One of our team members will get back to you within 72 hours. If you have any urgent enquiries, please refer to our Live Chat function on our website.
For all hospital related enquiries please email directly to [email protected]
For all medical related enquiries please email directly to [email protected] .
Please be aware we are unable to produce remittances for hospital or medical claims at this time. If you would like to request a remittance, please email [email protected] with the provider number, date you received payment, and the amount.
Looking for the Australian Government’s COVID-19 website?
Head to health.gov.au
From all of us here at health.com.au, we urge you to look after yourself, and take all the necessary measures to keep you and your family healthy and safe.