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Pregnancy and birth

Thinking about having a baby in a private hospital? We have hospital cover that pays towards services you receive in hospital during pregnancy and birth and helps you to enjoy the advantages of going private. To ensure you can use your health insurance for the birth of your baby, you just need to make sure you serve the 12-month Waiting Period before your due date. It’s important to also be aware of any potential .

The advantages of going private

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Location, location, location

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Some covers with benefits towards pregnancy and birth

Hospital cover for pregnancy and birth and a few options for extras cover.

*Price is for single cover in NSW paying weekly by direct debit. Price reduced by an Australian Government Rebate of 24.608% (based on an age of under 65 years old, single income of $90,000 or less per year). Hospital price includes an excess of $750, excludes any Youth Discount and excludes Lifetime Health Cover loading.

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top hospital gold

All the gold category hospital services including pregnancy and birth.

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Gold hospital
& extras

top hospital gold & family extras

Pregnancy & birth, and extras cover for your family that includes birthing courses and braces.

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Gold hospital
& extras

top hospital gold & super extras

Pregnancy & birth, and extras cover that includes birthing courses, braces and unlimited routine dental.

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*Price is for single cover in NSW paying weekly by direct debit. Price reduced by an Australian Government Rebate of 24.608% (based on an age of under 65 years old, single income of $90,000 or less per year). Hospital price includes an excess of $750, excludes any Youth Discount and excludes Lifetime Health Cover loading.

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Missed the 12-month hospital cover waiting period?

You can still join extras cover to claim for things like pre & post-natal services including birthing courses. There may still be waiting periods, but most are less than 12 months.

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