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Common healthcare words

Allied health professional - A health professional who is not a doctor, nurse or dentist, including physiotherapists, psychologists and dieticians.

GP - A General Practitioner, or doctor. You’ll find these at medical centres in the community.

Benefit - The amount you get back when you claim for an allowed service.

Hospital cover - Covering your costs when you’re admitted to hospital, including benefits for prosthesis and medical services provided during your hospital stay.

Rehabilitation – Treatment that is designed to help a patient recover from injury, illness or disease, for example physiotherapy or hydrotherapy.

Exclusions - Things you can’t claim for because they’re not included in your cover.

Out-of-pocket expenses - the difference you have to pay between the insurer’s benefit and what is charged by the service provider.

HICAPS (Health Industry Claims and Payments Service) - An electronic system that makes it easy for you to get money back by letting you claim benefits when you pay for your treatment.

Ophthalmology - specialised care relating to the eyes.

Outpatient service - Hospital service where patients get treatment without being admitted, or without staying in hospital. 

Chiro, physio - specialists in chiropractic care and physiotherapy.

Policy - this is  your health cover agreement or contact with your OSHC provider. 

Private hospital - A non-government hospital which is privately owned and operated for patients who are treated by a doctor they choose. 

Public hospital - hospital owned and managed by government.

Natural therapies - alternative treatments like acupuncture, naturopathy and remedial massage

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ជ្រើសរើសថ្ងៃដែលអ្នកទៅដល់ប្រទេសអូស្រ្តាលី។ ប្រសិនបើអ្នកមិនទាន់បានធ្វើការជ្រើសរើសលើសពី ២៨ថ្ងៃមុនថ្ងៃចូលរៀនរបស់អ្នក.

ប្រសិនបើអ្នកផ្លាស់ប្តូរក្រុមហ៊ុនធានារ៉ាប់រងសុខភាព សូមធ្វើការជ្រើសរើសថ្ងៃក្រោយពេលដែលធានារ៉ាប់រងរបស់អ្នកផុតសុពលភាព។.

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Health and safety tips

Australia is a safe and healthy place to live, and there’s a lot to see and do. You will probably be studying in a town or city, but you may also want to experience the wild beauty of its oceans, mountains, rivers and the famous ‘outback’ or ‘bush’.

Understanding Australian healthcare system

We’re here to help you understand the Australian healthcare system and how to navigate it. A little knowledge will help you to be confident you are getting the best healthcare services, when you need them.

Getting started with Student Health Cover

IDP gives you the freedom to choose. It’s easy to buy Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) online yourself, or you can do it with the help of an IDP counsellor.

How to use Student Health Cover

When you arrive in Australia, you may need to activate your OSHC policy and you can begin using it (but hopefully you won’t need to!). Here are some tips of making a claim.



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