Health Plans to suit every age and stage – find the right health cover to suit you.

At UniMed, we appreciate health insurance plans can be confusing and misleading, so here is a quick overview of our different types of health cover, so you can work out what best suits you.

If you are having trouble knowing which plan will give you the cover you need, call our helpdesk and they will help you to compare plans.

These are the plans new members can buy today. If you are already insured with UniMed and you don’t see your plan below, please contact us for assistance.

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Health Positive

Cover towards everyday health costs

Health Positive provides a choice of 50% or 80% reimbursement for a wide range of everyday health costs up to annual limits. There’s no cover for surgery and stand down periods apply before you can claim. Health Positive is ideal for people who wish to buy a health plan to support them in remaining healthy.

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UniCare Advantage

Covers a wide range of health costs including 80% of eligible surgery costs

UniCare Advantage provides a contribution towards some everyday health costs to keep you healthy or if you need to see a specialist or to have diagnostic tests. Surgery costs are reimbursed at 80% of actual costs up to $100,000 per admission.

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Hospital Select

Our most extensive plan, Hospital Select offers a modular structure and covers eligible surgery in full

The security of full cover for eligible surgical procedures up to $300,000 per admission and related specialist consultations and diagnostics pre and post surgery (time frames apply). Excess options can be chosen to reduce premiums. A range of optional modules allow cover to be expanded to include everyday health costs, non-surgery related specialist consultations and diagnostics, natural healthcare, dental and vision expenses.

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Need a change?

Already a UniMed member and want to update your details? Do it all online by filling in this form. If you don’t have your member number, give us a call on 0800 600 666.