When we celebrated 95 years of service recently, we knew our success came from putting people first. From the friendly smiles when you enter a lounge, to the crew who take the stress out of flying, we've built our airline on relationships.
And through our Frequent Flyer program, we have brought you many different ways to explore Australia and the world, through shopping, wine, golf, partnerships and more.
So when we set out to create a new type of insurance membership, it made sense to place people at the heart of the program. So we have created a new more rewarding way to keep yourself and your families covered, through everyday health and travel insurance.
It's the insurance membership with access to a wellbeing program that can reward you every step of the way. 1
1 The Qantas Wellbeing App is offered by Qantas and you must be a member of the Qantas Frequent Flyer program and aged 13 years or over to use the App. To earn Qantas Points through the Qantas Wellbeing App, Qantas Frequent Flyer members must take out and maintain a Qantas Health Insurance policy. You must be a member of the Qantas Frequent Flyer program to earn Qantas Points. Qantas Frequent Flyer membership is subject to the Terms and Conditions of the Qantas Frequent Flyer Program. A joining fee usually applies. However, this will be waived if you join when you download the Qantas Wellbeing App. Membership is subject to the Qantas Frequent Flyer Terms and Conditions and each application is subject to approval by Qantas.
Qantas Health Insurance is issued by nib health funds limited ABN 83 000 124 381 (nib) a registered private health insurer, and is arranged by Qantas Airways Limited ABN 16 009 661 901 (Qantas), for which Qantas receives commission.
It is important to be aware that health insurance will only cover the portion of costs that relate to an admission to hospital. Specialist fees outside of hospital or other outpatient fees in relation to chemotherapy or radiotherapy aren’t covered.
High cost drugs are sometimes requested for the Treatment of some cancers. Typically high-cost drugs are for newer Treatments that are not recognised by the Pharmaceutical Benefit Scheme (PBS) because the PBS considers them to be still under clinical trial and therefore experimental Treatments. Health insurance will not Cover high cost drugs for the same reasons (or may only Cover a small portion of the cost). It is the responsibility of the treating doctor, and Hospital, to inform Patients about the potential for large out-of-pockets as a result of high cost drugs.