Teachers Health Hearing Aid Rebates & Benefits
Teachers Health Fund is a not-for-profit health fund exclusively for members of the education community, and their families. We were created by teachers (for teachers) over 60 years ago and are now the largest industry-based health fund in Australia, looking after over 330,000 people. We’re committed to supporting our members’ health and wellbeing and offer quality, evidence-based health management programs, and services at no extra cost.
Teachers Health Extras for Audiology and Hearing Services
Better Hearing is more affordable with your Teachers Health Extras Cover for Hearing aids. Table below summarises the benefits, the required waiting period and the waiting time for hearing devices replacements for different Extras covers.
|Health Fund Cover||Audiology Consult||Hearing Aids||Other Benefits||Waiting Period||Frequency|
|Top Extras||$45||up to $1,800||based on membership||12 Mths||3 Years|
Benefits are paid towards Audiology consultations:
- Top Extras: $45 per consultation (no limit).
Teachers Health Hearing Aid Providers Recognition criteria: Teachers Health requires that the hearing aids are provided by a recognised Hearing service provider who is in private practice at a location in which the services are provided and meets Teachers Health’s criteria.
Audiologists at Ear and Hearing Australia are Teachers Health recognised providers for hearing aids and they are all registered with Medicare Australia, Department of Age Care and Member of Audiology Australia.
For more information call one of our friendly hearing aid specialist Audiologists on 1300 761 667
Further Benefits to Teachers Health Members
Extend Your Teachers Health Extras Benefit at Ear & Hearing Australia
Receive an extra $500 discount
Premium Fitting & Care Package is discount by $500 when you are fitted with any Binaural Premium Hearing Aids. This is on top of your Extras cover benefits from Teachers Health!
This hearing aid discount offer is available to Teachers Health Health Insurance members and is off the EHA recommended retail price. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or be redeemed for cash.
Let’s Discuss your Hearing Needs
To take the first step towards better hearing, you need to see a registered qualified audiologist for a hearing assessment. Your audiologist can help you understand your hearing loss, discuss your treatment options and possible benefits from a hearing aid. Your audiologist can discuss the costs and any possible Government rebates or subsidies and help you claim your Teachers Health cover benefits (if you have Extras Cover). Find an Ear & Hearing Teachers Health registered Clinic in Melbourne.
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