HCi has been providing great, value for money private health insurance to Australians since 1938. That makes us one of the oldest private health insurers in Australia – and the oldest to be based in Tasmania. As at 30 June 2022, we covered more than 11,500 people across Australia.
We’re not-for-profit – that means we’re owned by our members so we put our members first, and we exist only to benefit them, with a comprehensive range of health insurance options offered at very competitive rates.
Health insurance that’s as easy as HCi!
HCi is strongly member focussed – you will always find a real person answering your calls, emails and online chats. We don’t outsource core business functions, so you can be confident that the same great team who handles your enquiries, is also responsible for administering your account.
Our team and the HCi Directors are happy to talk to you about HCi, our health cover, and making claims – you just need to Say Hi to HCi!
About HCi Governance
The HCi Board of Directors is responsible for ensuring the Fund operates for the benefit of members, in accordance with the Constitution, Fund Rules and relevant legislation.
Our Board consists of 6 HCi directors who must satisfy both propriety and competency requirements on appointment, and thereafter. Collectively they possess significant speciality expertise in health insurance and financial management. Three HCi directors are appointed directly by the Board and three directors are elected by HCi members.
HCi’s Board is supported by the Management team of the Fund. Based in our corporate office in Burnie, Tasmania and led by our Chief Executive Officer, Michelle Wade, HCi has comprehensive risk management strategies, plans and ongoing compliance programs.
Visit us in Burnie
HCi started in Burnie in 1938, and we’re still here so come and say Hi to HCi!
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