HCF REOPENS VICTORIAN AND SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BRANCHES
July 28, 2021
HCF Australia will today reopen its branches and Dental Centre in Victoria and branches in South Australia following overnight easing of COVID-19 restrictions.
Staff at the Dental Centre on Collins Street in Melbourne, as well as the Melbourne, Chadstone, Doncaster and Highpoint branches in Victoria and Marion, Tea Tree and West Lake branches in Adelaide will welcome members and customers back while adhereing to respective state Health Department requirements and guidelines.
HCF Chief Officer Business Growth Greg McAweeney said staff were looking forward to welcoming people back into stores.
“We thank our members and customers for their patience during these testing times,” Mr McAweeney said.
“Our focus is on helping hundreds of thousands of Australians to lead healthier lives, and we are proud that we’re able to continue to deliver uncommon care in uncertain times.”
Customers can visit www.hcf.com.au/locations/hcf-centres to find their closest branch and opening hours.
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HCF, Australia’s largest not-for-profit health fund protecting Australians since 1932, covers over 1.6 million members with health and life insurance, and travel and pet insurance. On average over the last five years, HCF has paid out more cents in every dollar in premiums to members as benefits than the industry average. With over 35,000 specialists participating in its Medical Gap Cover Scheme and approximately 10,000 providers participating in its 100% back More for You programs, HCF gives members access to quality health care with no gaps or minimal costs compared to non-participating providers. To empower members to put their health first, HCF also offers a range of health and lifestyle services including its Healthy Weight for Life programs, mobile Victor Chang Heart Health Checks, Thank You rewards program and preparing for hospital online tool. HCF’s national network of retail outlets and Australian-based call centres have earned multi-award winning status. HCF members also have access to low cost, high quality services at HCF Dental Centres and HCF Eyecare Centres. Having contributed $50 million to support the health services research funded by the HCF Research Foundation, HCF is devoted to investing in the future of Australia’s health. To learn more about HCF go to hcf.com.au/about-us