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Claiming the Rebate as a Reduced Premium
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When applying for your new health insurance, or transferring from another fund, you are required to complete a Government Rebate Form and submit this to your nominated health fund, should you wish to claim the rebate as a reduced premium.
This form only needs to be completed by the main policy holder.
At the top of your rebate form, write the name of your new health insurance fund.
Below this, you are asked for your new membership number. If unknown simply leave this section blank.
Where you’re asked ‘Are you covered by this policy’ select YES and;
The date your ‘premium reduction commenced’ is the start date of your policy.
Continue filling in the following sections with your
- Medicare details
- Your personal details
- Other persons to be covered details
Select the Yes box on this second page, sign and date the form, and send it in and that’s it!
- Download a copy of the rebate form here.