Health Cover Rebates

Hearing Aid Rebates & Insurance

As independent Perth owned and operated hearing clinics we are registered with almost all Australian health insurance companies. So we will provide you with a receipt that contains the necessary codes to also claim any refunds on your hearing aid purchase you may be entitled to. Some companies such as Bupa Health Insurance require that we send your hearing test results together with details of your hearing aid purchase and the claiming codes and we happily facilitate this.

Private Health Insurance funds we are registered with include:

HBP, Bupa, Medibank Private, RAC, Australian Unity, Teachers Health Fund, Police and Nurses, NIB, Defence Health, AHM and more.

You may be eligible for a rebate for your hearing aids, Audiology consultations, batteries and accessories from:

– WorkCover
– Tax offset
– Commonwealth Hearing Services Program – Pensioners & Veterans
– Entitlements & Rebates

The private health benefits below should be used as a guide only. Funds may impose additional restrictions and limitations. We strongly recommend that you first confirm your individual benefit with your fund.

Medibank Private Health Insurance

Plan Hearing Aid Rebate Qualifying Replacement
Family Cover $1,600 3 years 5 years
Top Extras $400

Bupa Health Insurance

Plan Hearing Aid Rebate Period
Platinum Extras up to $1,200 Every 3 years
Gold Extras up to $1,000
Silver Extras up to $800

NIB Health Insurance

Plan Hearing Aid Rebate Period
Top Cover up to $800 (or 75%) Every 5 years
Family Plus up to $400
Extras Only up to $400

Australian Unity Health Insurance

Plan Hearing Aid Rebate Period
Starter 60% (with Health Boost) up to $300 Every 3 years
Comprehensive Extras up to $550
Platinum 80% up to $600

Discounts For Seniors

If you hold a Seniors Card, we are delighted to offer you further discounts on the latest hearing aids. If you hold both a Pension Card and a Seniors Card, you could combine the discounts for an even better price.


Medical Expense Tax Offset

The ATO recently changed the rules relating to the Medical Expense Tax Offset. The offset is now means tested and being phased out in the next few years. For more detail, please see ATO website

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