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Get cover for accidents
Accident Override means that no matter what hospital cover you choose, if an accident does happen, you'll get all the benefits of our top-level hospital cover.1
Unlimited emergency ambulance
No matter which hospital or extras policy you choose, you’ll have the peace of mind that comes from knowing that your cover includes unlimited emergency ambulance.2
What you need to know
* Offer for new members on new memberships who join combined hospital and extras cover. Must set up direct debit or payroll when joining, and hold the same level of eligible cover for 60 continuous days. Not available on Accident Cover, Visitors Health Insurance, Working Visa Health Insurance, OSHC, Ambulance Cover, ahm covers, some Corporate covers and other selected covers. The value of the EFTPOS Gift Card will be determined by the value of the annual base premium of the policy joined. Members who join an eligible policy with an annual base premium of; $1000-$1999 get a $100 EFTPOS gift card, $2000-$2999 get a $200 EFTPOS gift card, $3000-$3999 get a $300 EFTPOS gift card, $4000-$4999 get a $400 EFTPOS gift card, $5000-$5999 get a $500 EFTPOS gift card and $6000+ get a $600 EFTPOS gift card. Offer ends 30 June 2017. Emerchants Payment Solutions Ltd’s terms of gift card use, including expiry date, also apply, see http://www.giftcardplanet.com.au/eftpos-cardholder-terms. Your gift card and relevant instructions on activating the card online will be posted to you, which will take up to 10 weeks after joining. Not available with any other offer.
1. Excludes claims covered by third parties such as Workcover. Cover only for accidents that occur after join date.
2. Waiting periods apply. For ambulance attendance or transportation to a hospital where immediate professional attention is required and your medical condition is such that you couldn't be transported any other way. Tasmania and Queensland have state schemes to cover ambulance services for residents of those states.