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The Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) is a Government agency that provides comprehensive, no-fault personal injury cover for all New Zealand residents and visitors to New Zealand. Anyone needing emergency care in a hospital as a result of an accident will be covered by ACC.
ACC may also contribute to a wide range of medical and related costs associated with accidents, including doctor’s visits, treatment from various other health professionals, surgery, X-rays and prescription costs. To learn more about what is covered and not covered under the scheme, and how to make a claim, visit the ACC website.
The website also has useful information on how you can protect yourself from injuries at home, at work, in sport, on the road and at school.
ACC Treatment Injury Event Notification Provider Feedback Form
The purpose of the feedback form is to provide the Ministry of Health with assurance that events notified to the Director-General by ACC have been appropriately reviewed by provider organisations, and that action has been taken to reduce further risk.