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Compare Suncorp Health Insurance Hospital cover in detail

Compare the 5 levels of Suncorp Health Insurance Hospital cover. The details of your health insurance policy are important so make sure you compare the different levels of health cover, that way you’ll know what’s included and importantly, what’s not.

When you’ve chosen your level of hospital cover and your level of health insurance Extras Cover, call us on 13 11 55 for a quote or to buy your health insurance policy.

View our Suncorp Health Insurance Hospital Cover comparison table below.

Minimum Benefits Payable (MBP) means there will be significant out-of-pocket costs for this treatment if you're attending a private hospital. If a treatment important to you is listed as MBP, we recommend you consider a higher level of cover. MBP is the minimum amount of benefits that nib is required to pay under the Private Health Insurance Act, to or on behalf of a customer for hospital treatment under a Hospital cover.

Benefit Limitation Period (BLP) means that if you’re new to residential health insurance there will be significant out-of-pocket costs if you go to hospital for this treatment in your first 12 months on the policy.

After serving the 2 month waiting period, your benefit will be limited to “Minimum Benefits Payable” for the following 10 months. After this period of time you are entitled to the full benefit claimable for the treatment.