Australian Health Insurance Funds

Here you will find a list of health insurance funds which provide coverage for podiatry services in Australia.

This list is constantly being updated but is current up until the 1st March 2012.

This health insurance fund list will be updated on a regular basis and in future we will endeavour to rank each health fund depending on its level of coverage for podiatry services.

ACA Health Fund


Australian Unity



CDH Benefits Fund

CUA Health

Defence Health

GMF Health (part of HBF)


GU Health

Health Partners

HBA (Now owned by BUPA)

HBF Health Limited


Health Care Insurance Limited

Health Insurance Fund of Australia Limited

Latrobe Health

Manchester Unity (A subsidiary of HCF)

Medibank Private

MBF (Now owned by BUPA)

Mutual Community (Now owned by BUPA)

Navy Health



Pheonix Health

Police Health

Queensland Country Health

Railway and Transport Health Fund Limited

St. Lukes Health Fund

Teachers Federation Health

Teachers Union Health (TUH)

The Doctors' Health Fund (AMA)

Transport Health Pty Ltd (TFS)

Westfund Health Insurance

As you can see there are many different health insurance funds in Australia alone. Trying to choose the right health cover for you and your family can be just as confusing as trying to choose the right home loan. There are many health insurance providers each with different benefits on offer.

Health insurance brokers are available and industry/employee specific health insurance schemes do exist. For example In South Australia Police Health is a restricted access health insurer where membership is available to past and present employees of SAPOL and their immediate family members. For specific details on each of these insurance options you are best to contact the health insurer directly.

For further comparisons between health insurance funds you can visit the Australian Government helth insurance website at:
An Australian Government site showing every Health Insurance Policy available from every Health Fund in Australia.

WARNING : This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace professional podiatric advice. Treatment will vary between individuals depending upon your diagnosis and presenting complaint. An accurate diagnosis can only be made following personal consultation with a Podiatrist, your Doctor or your foot specialist.

Still have a question about your foot problem, leg pain or you just need some footwear advice?

Visit our Foot Problems page and ask us a question about your specific problem. We'll do our best to help.

To find a Podiatrist or Foot Doctor near you visit our Find a Podiatrist page and click on your country.

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