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Are you planning to become an Australian resident? Make sure you have the right health cover now that you're staying in Australia.

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Canstar, Australia’s biggest financial comparison site has awarded us with their Outstanding Value Award for Overseas Working Visitor Health Cover two years running.

nib OVHC products were highly recognised for value by Canstar’s sophisticated rating methodology that compares health insurance policies in the market on both price and features for those travelling to Australia for work.

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Going to hospital

If you need to go to hospital, call us and we will confirm what is covered under your policy and the hospitals available in your area.

In an emergency

If you have a serious or life-threatening injury or illness, go to a hospital emergency department, or call the emergency services on 000 for an ambulance.

When it's not an emergency

If you need to see a doctor for a non-life threatening condition you don't need to go to hospital. You can see a GP (doctor) near you or visit a pharmacy for minor illnesses such as coughs, colds and sore throats to get medicines to treat your symptoms.

Going to hospital

If you need to go to hospital, call us and we will confirm what is covered under your policy and the hospitals available in your area.

In an emergency

If you have a serious or life-threatening injury or illness, go to a hospital emergency department, or call the emergency services on 000 for an ambulance.

When it's not an emergency

If you need to see a doctor for a non-life threatening condition you don't need to go to hospital. You can see a GP (doctor) near you or visit a pharmacy for minor illnesses such as coughs, colds and sore throats to get medicines to treat your symptoms.

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