$3,400 - $8,000
$1,750 - $3,600
- Strabismus (squint surgery)
$5,200 - $6,500
$1,450 - $3,600
- Hernia repair
$5,200 - $15,000
None of us wants to fall ill, but it’s a fact of life that it happens from time to time. If you or a family member were to become unwell, perhaps seriously, wouldn’t you want timely access to quality medical care, when and where it suits you? Private health insurance can help to give you that confidence. Here’s some information about the many benefits that insuring your health can provide.
ASB private health insurance offers important protection for you and your family. It gives you peace of mind from the start, with greater choice and the security of prompt treatment for your condition, putting you in control when you or your family needs medical care.
Rather than enduring a long and uncomfortable wait for treatment, you can be seen at a convenient time and location, and with your choice of medical provider. More importantly, we can help you get back on your feet that much quicker.
It helps in other ways too. For example: if your child needed treatment and you had to temporarily stop work to look after them, having private health insurance may quickly give you access to treatment. That way, you can be back to work sooner than may otherwise be possible, once your child recovers.
Depending on the cover chosen, having private health insurance means you can get access to specialist consultations, diagnostic procedures or scans. If and when you need treatment, your insurance will take care of the often significant costs associated with hospitalisation and surgery.
Source : Sovereign Health Claims Data, 1 July 2016 - 30 June 2017
Sometimes relying on public healthcare just isn’t enough.
Our public health system provides quality emergency care and treatment for serious medical conditions. However, rising health care costs and increased demand continues to put pressure on the system’s ability to both diagnose and treat non-urgent medical conditions. These include many that have a significant impact on lifestyle, such as sinus complications, cardiac conditions and hernia repair.
In some cases, you may have to qualify for public treatment before even joining the queue. Having private health insurance can remove the barriers to being treated quickly.
ACC’s role is to provide treatment and rehabilitation services for anyone who suffers an injury as the result of an accident. It doesn’t cover you for anything that ACC does not deem to be an accident. For example:
In cases like these, unless you have private health insurance, you’ll have to rely on the public health system for treatment.
When choosing private health insurance, it’s worth bearing in mind that the levels of cover can differ from insurer to insurer. What may look like a bargain policy, on closer examination may not provide the level of cover that you need – so always read the small print and find out exactly what the policy covers.
For example: ASB Private Health Cover gives you access to private treatment cover from your choice of medical provider, including:
Request an appointment with an ASB Insurance Manager now.
ASB life, health and disability insurances are underwritten by Sovereign Assurance Company Limited ("Sovereign"). Sovereign is part of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia Group and is a related company of ASB Bank Limited and its subsidiaries (the "Banking Group"). None of the Banking Group, the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, or any other company in the Commonwealth Bank of Australia Group, or any of their directors, or any other person, guarantees Sovereign or its subsidiaries, or any of the products issued by Sovereign or its subsidiaries. For full details refer to the relevant policy document which is available on request from any ASB branch or by calling 0800 200 252. The availability of insurance cover is subject to your application being approved. All applications are subject to individual consideration. Special conditions, exclusions or premium loadings may apply. See further information about Sovereign. Premium rates may change during the life of the policy.