Westfund Health Insurance is a long established "member owned" health fund with good value for money health covers to suit your budget and lifestyle, now covering over 100,000 members. Westfund is wholly Australian owned and operated and is focused on maintaining affordable premiums with an easy to deal with service approach. Westfund provides a highly valued personalised phone service, a network of regional branches throughout NSW and QLD, mail and online website facilities combined with HICAPS and IBA electronic claiming.
provide further information regarding
Gap cover doctors, Agreement hospitals and Ambulance cover information
Westfund maintains a full range of health cover options including hospital and general treatment (extras) and combined covers. Our Canstar Cannex awards in 2010 for Most Outstanding Packaged Cover demonstrated the value for money of Westfund benefits including hospital, medical, ambulance (Australia Wide), dental, optical, physiotherapy, chiropractic and many other unique benefits such as accident, advanced surgery and travel. Our Access Gap Cover for medical specialists can minimise the cost of hospital treatment and our family covers include several options to maintain dependants up to 25 years of age. The Westfund IN2 Health preventative health initiative encompasses "eDoc", an online health assessment and reference portal, free for members and providing the information they need to improve and manage their general well-being. .
This information is provided by the fund
This fund has agreements with some private hospitals or day surgeries to provide services at low or no out-of-pocket costs. You can view Agreement Hospitals for this fund in your
region and further details are available from the fund.
This insurer is a mutual organisation that operates on a not-for-profit basis.
Westfund Ltd operates in
the Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Queensland and Western Australia.
The Private Health Insurance Ombudsman prepares an annual report on the service delivery and performance of Australian health funds. The following is a selection of statistics about this health fund - the full report and an explanation of these figures is available from the Ombudsman's website. Please note information is not provided for some funds in some states, as there are insufficient numbers reported to PHIAC for states in which the fund does not have a large membership.