Healthcare in Perth

Australia's national Medicare scheme provides free or subsidised public healthcare and access to medicines for Australian citizens and permanent residents. Only certain visa categories are eligible for Medicare coverage. Eligible expats moving to Perth should make registration a priority in order to take advantage of the high standard of healthcare associated with the country's public sector. Those who aren't eligible for Medicare should take out comprehensive private medical insurance in its place.

Perth has a large number of public and private healthcare facilities. Unless expats have a medical condition needing specialist treatment, it is generally more convenient to make use of doctors and medical practitioners in their local suburb or residential area.


Hospitals in Perth 

Fremantle Hospital

www.fhhs.health.wa.gov.au
Address: Alma Street, Fremantle

Midland Public Hospital

www.midlandhospitals.org.au
Address: 1 Clayton Street, Midland

Mount Hospital

www.mounthospital.com.au
Address: 150 Mounts Bay Road

Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital

www.scgh.health.wa.gov.au
Address: Hospital Avenue, Nedlands

Expat Health Insurance Partners

Aetna Global

Aetna is an award-winning insurance business that provides health benefits to more than 650,000 members worldwide. Their high quality health insurance plans are tailored to meet the individual needs of expats living and working abroad.

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Bupa Global

Bupa Global's international private medical insurance offers expats direct access to some of the very best doctors and hospitals in the world. Bupa is chosen by individuals who value expertise, freedom and quality. You can choose to see your preferred doctor close to home or a specialist in another country. Their health insurance plans are designed for day-to-day healthcare needs too.

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