Tax time is nearly here! Tax Statements will be available to download from the 3rd of July 2019 through Online Member Services.

Find out about who we are and what we strive for as a health fund.

Phoenix Health Fund is a proud member of the Members Owned Health Fund (MOHF) Brand.

Take a look at our great and extensive range of policies on offer.

Take a look at the 8 reasons why you should be a member of Phoenix Health Fund.

Were for Members, not for Profits.  Providing Members access to a range of affordable, high quality health insurance cover.

Last year the Australian Government announced a series of reforms to make private health insurance simpler and more affordable for Australians.

Well contact your previous health insurer for you so theres no messy paperwork to fill in.

Best of all, any waiting periods you have already served with your previous Health Insurance provider will be recognised in full so you can start claiming straight away.

Choosing a not-for-profit health fund like Phoenix Health Fund means your needs are our first priority.

Phoenix Health Fund is a Mutual not for profit organisation, which means we dont pay shareholders and earnings go back into member benefits.  This means an all round better deal for our members.

June is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month, a month dedicated to increasing awareness of Australias second deadliest cancer and raise funds for the community-funded charity, Bowel Cancer Australia, committed to prevention, early diagnosis, research, quality treatment and the best care for everyone affected by bowel cancer. 1 in 13 Australians will be diagnosed with bowel cancer

May 30 is World MS Day 2019 a day to globally raise awareness about Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and the needs of the people living with the condition. MyInvisibleMS is this years theme, putting the spotlight on the invisible signs of MS, and their unseen impact on quality of life. MS is a condition of

New studies show that more than two thirds of Australian adults- almost 13 million people or 69.1 percent have at least three risk factors for heart disease the nations biggest killer. Heart Week puts the spotlight on encouraging people to understand their risk factors for heart disease and take the right steps to