2020 is almost over! Meaning your private health may refresh at the end of the year.

This means that your remaining funds may expire and start over once the calendar year clocks over. Depending on your provider.

Make sure to make the most out of your health insurance and book in to claim your dental services that you pay for through your insurer. If you’re interested in cosmetic dental call us today to find out if the treatment that you desire can be used with your insurance.

phone: 07 3633 0055
email: admin@smiletimedental.com.au

When do private health fund benefits reset?

  • AHM – 1 July
  • health.com.au – 1 January
  • HCF – 1 January
  • Medibank Private – 1 January
  • NIB – 1 January
  • Qantas Health Insurance – 1 January
  • APIA – 1 January
  • Bupa – 1 January
  • CBHS Corporate – 1 January
  • CBHS Health Fund – 1 January
  • Defence Health – 1 July
  • Doctors’ Health Fund – 1 January
  • Emergency Services Health – 1 January
  • Frank – 1 January
  • GMHBA – 1 January
  • Grand United Corporate Health – Reset every 12 months from the effective date that you become a member.
  • HBF – 1 January
  • Health Care Insurance – 1 January
  • HIF – 1 January
  • Health Partners – 1 January
  • Mildura Health Fund – 1 January
  • MyOwn Health – 1 January
  • onemedifund – 1 July
  • Navy Health – 1 July
  • Nurses & Midwives Health – 1 January
  • Peoplecare Health Insurance – 1 July
  • Phoenix Health Fund – 1 January
  • Police Health – 1 January
  • Queensland Country Health Fund – Membership year based on when you joined
  • RACQ – 1 January
  • RT Health Fund – 1 January
  • RBHS – 1 January
  • St.Lukes Health – 1 January
  • Teachers Health – 1 January
  • Transport Health – 1 January
  • TUH – 1 January
  • UniHealth – 1 January
  • Westfund – 1 January

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