Express Plus Medicare mobile app
Access your Medicare information and complete a range of services using your mobile device.
What you can do
Use the app to do a range of things 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
View your Medicare card details and current card members.
Update contact details.
Update bank account details.
Order a replacement or duplicate Medicare card.
Submit claims for most services.
View, download, print or email your Medicare Claims History statements for the last 3 years.
View your Medicare Safety Net balance.
View, download, print or email Immunisation History Statements for:
- your child under the age of 14
Register your organ donation decision.
Change your organ donation decision.
Request a new Australian Organ Donor Register card.
View a digital copy of your Australian Organ Donor Register card.
Locate a service centre.
Download the app
Before downloading the Express Plus Medicare mobile app, you need a myGov account linked to Medicare. This creates your Medicare online account. You can then download and use the app.
- Go to my.gov.au to create a myGov account and link it to Medicare.
- Download the Express Plus Medicare app to your mobile device.
- Accept the terms and conditions.
- Sign in with your myGov username and password.
- Answer your secret question to set up your 4 digit PIN.
To download to an iPad, search for iPhone only in the App Store.
Privacy and security
When you’ve downloaded the app and set up your 4 digit PIN, it’s important you don’t store it on your mobile device. This is for your safety if you lose your mobile device. If you think someone else has used your details without your knowledge, contact us.
If you have any privacy issues or concerns with the Express Plus Medicare mobile app, contact us. Or you can cancel your Medicare online account at any time to stop access to the Express Plus Medicare mobile app.
Read about online security.
Get help with the Express Plus Medicare mobile app.
If you still need help call the:
If you forget your myGov password
Help in other languages
If you don’t speak English and need help, call the Translating and Interpreting Service.