Check your health

Why do it?

Completing a Health Risk Assessment gives you both a comprehensive report on your health (read the next section for more info) and gives you the option to take part in our free health support programs.* (You may need to log in to Online Member Services first)

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What is it?

The Health Risk Assessment is an online questionnaire. It’s fun to complete and gives you a very useful breakdown of 12 specific areas of your health, what you can do to improve in each area and what further checks you might need. It even calculates your Body Mass Index on the very first page. Bonus!

Completing the Health Risk Assessment gives you the option to take part in our free* health support programs if it looks like they’d be right for you.

Your Health Risk Assessment results go to My Health Online, a secure place to store and update your wellness plan from your Health Risk Assessment, store your risk results and track the data provided by your smart devices and apps such as Fitbit, Apple Watch, Garmin, Strava, Runkeeper and many more. You get to track your health improvements against your health needs.

Think of this record as your personal health filing cabinet. You can store & send health info to your doctor, track your health and more. It gives you a place for secure storage of important health info and medical docs.

To access the Health Risk Assessment, you'll first be asked to login to Online Member Services

What info do I need?

The assessment takes you through a whole bunch of questions about your health, lifestyle, family history and other important info.

There are a few things to have on-hand when you’re doing this assessment, if you don’t have this info, you can still complete an assessment:

  • your weight
  • your height
  • your waist circumference (psst; just Google your pants size and you’ll find your waist in cm)
  • your blood type
  • your blood pressure (optional)
  • any medications you are taking (in general)
  • your cholesterol – LDL, HDL & Triglycerides (optional)

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How long does it take?

 It can be completed in under 15 minutes. Start my Health Risk Assessment

You can access your health record once you have completed a Health Risk Assessment, you will create your own unique login.

Nothing! As a Peoplecare member*, you'll have access to your own online health record and tools to help you manage your health and well-being. You may even be eligible for our health programs and this info is available when you complete your Health Risk Assessment.

Your privacy is #1. This assessment and health record is completely confidential. Your answers are stored with our friends at MediKeeper, and our Peoplecarers don't have any access to them. Your health info doesn't impact on your health insurance or your premiums at all.

Click here for our full privacy info.

* You need to have one of our hospital covers and have served your 2-month waiting period.


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*You need to have one of our hospital covers (except Bronze and the closed Basic Hospital (Basic Plus) and have served your 2-month waiting period).

The boring but necessary fine print:

What you’re agreeing to

The Peoplecare Health Portal is provided, managed and operated by MediKeeper Inc (Medikeeper). Health information collected via Peoplecare Health Portal is stored by MediKeeper on its servers based in the United States. I understand that by clicking on this link, the personal health information I provide will be stored anonymously by MediKeeper. My personal details which could identify me such as my name, date of birth and membership or employee number will not be held with my health records, but will be stored in separate encrypted locations in the US. A variety of security technologies and procedures will be used to protect this information from unauthorised access, use or disclosure. Home Support Services also hold my personal information on a secured database for the purpose of delivering the services to me. By proceeding I agree to the storage of my information in this way.

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