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    Before you make a booking into a hospital, it is important to contact us to ensure:

    • your level of Hospital cover is adequate
    • if any waiting periods may apply
    • if the hospital holds an agreement with Teachers Health Fund.

    We can also help you understand if you will have any out-of-pockets costs so you don’t get any surprises after your treatment.

    Agreement Private Hospitals and Day Surgeries

    Teachers Health Fund holds an agreement with an extensive network of private hospitals and day surgeries throughout Australia. An Agreement Private Hospital is one with which Teachers Health Fund holds an agreement with outlining hospital charges for accommodation, theatre, labour ward, coronary care and intensive care. This agreement ensures you are covered for these charges when you are admitted as an inpatient – subject to your level of cover.

    Find your nearest hospital

    If your preferred hospital does not have an agreement with Teachers Health Fund you may experience significant out-of-pocket expenses.

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    Tell us a little about yourself to get started:

    Tell us a little about yourself and your partner to get started:

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    Your Cover

    Select your desired level of cover:

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    Your Rebate

    All Australian residents, who are entitled to Medicare, are able to claim an income tested rebate on their private health insurance; would you like to apply your rebate?

    For individuals earning between $88,001 - $102,000 (or $176,001 - $204,000 for families*).
    *For families with children, the thresholds are increased by $1,500 for each child after the first.

    How rebate tiers workX

    Most Australians with private health insurance currently receive a rebate from the Australian Government to help cover the cost of their premiums. The private health insurance rebate is income tested. The table below details the different rebate amounts and Medicare Levy Surcharge levels.

    The rebate applies to hospital, general treatment and ambulance policies. It does not apply to overseas visitors cover. The rebate levels applicable for 1 July 2013 to 30 June 2014 are:

    Singles
    Families
    ≤$88,000
    ≤$176,000
    ≤$88,001-102,000
    ≤$176,001-204,000
    ≤$102,001-136,000
    ≤$204,001-272,000
    ≤$136,001
    ≤$272,001
    Rebate
    < Age 6530%20%10%0%
    Age 65-6935%25%15%0%
    Age 70+40%30%20%0%

    Single parents and couples (including de facto couples) are subject to family tiers. For families with children, the thresholds are increased by $1,500 for each child after the first. http://www.privatehealth.gov.au/healthinsurance/incentivessurcharges/insurancerebate.htm