An excess is an amount that a member agrees to pay upfront before a health insurance benefit is paid towards hospital accommodation as set out under a health insurance policy, similar to a motor insurance policy.

Emergency Services Health does not have excesses on any of its hospital products. However, during waiting periods you may be required to pay an excess if you were subject to one under your previous policy.

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