Avoid costly ambulance transport
If you need immediate medical attention and an ambulance is the only transport suitable for your condition, the last thing you want to worry about is the cost. With Medibank ambulance insurance, you're covered Australia wide.
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Ambulance transport to hospital or other facility approved by Medibank to receive immediate professional attention
When an ambulance is called to provide immediate professional attention but transport by ambulance is not needed
When, as an admitted patient, the hospital requires you to be transferred from one hospital to another [excluding transfers between public hospitals]
State ambulance schemes
QLD & TAS
Ambulance cover is not available to residents of these states as they are covered by state schemes.
NSW & ACT
Residents with private hospital cover don’t need ambulance cover; it's already funded by a levy on your premium. If you have a Commonwealth concession card, you are entitled to free ambulance services.
We don’t pay benefits if you’re aged 65 or over and are eligible for free ambulance services. If you’re eligible for subsidised services, you may be able to claim the remaining cost from Medibank. A $100 co-payment applies to non-emergency transport as classified by the ambulance service.
For more information call us on 134 190.
Minimum pay frequency is half-yearly ($27.00)
Cooling off period
If you're not completely happy with your cover in the first 30 days of joining, let us know and we'll transfer you to a more suitable cover or refund your premiums (as long as no claims have been made).
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