What is healthcare and medical finance?
Healthcare and medical finance is money lent to a healthcare business by a financial institution to help purchase new equipment that helps generate revenue. In exchange for this funding, a business agrees to repay the borrowed money over the loan term, plus interest and fees.
The financed medical equipment acts as the security for the loan. Repayments can be structured to suit your business. If approved, the financial institution will provide the funds to the supplier, seller or will reimburse your business for the medical equipment directly.
Benefits of medical equipment finance for your practice
Get the equipment and fit-outs your healthcare practice needs with our quick and flexible financing solutions.
Financing your medical equipment can be the ideal way to get the most up-to-date equipment while keeping cash in other important parts of your business.
Tailored payment structure
A NAB business banker can tailor a repayment structure and facility which works best for you and your healthcare business.
No annual or monthly fees
No annual or monthly fees are charged throughout the duration of your loan.
How to apply for a medical equipment loan
Step 1: Speak to an equipment finance specialist
Request a call back to chat with one of our specialists about your equipment finance needs.
Step 2: Apply for finance
Complete the online enquiry form and apply for business finance from $25,000.
Step 3. Sign documents
Once you have provided us with the final invoice for the equipment, we will send you the paperwork to sign.
Step 4. Collect your equipment
Once we’ve received all the documents and your equipment is ready to be collected or delivered, we’ll pay the supplier, seller or will reimburse your business for the medical equipment directly. Your facility will be made active and you can begin making repayments at the agreed amount and frequency.
Case study "Because NAB are specialist lenders, they learn about the equipment, they learn about the return on investment that certain pieces of technology can give to us"
Dr Nauv Kayshap, Multi Practice Owner
Get in touch
Let us help with your business banking needs. Request a call back to chat with one of our business bankers.
Visit our business banking contact page for how-to-guides, FAQs and contact numbers.
Visit a NAB business banking centre
Let our business banking specialists help you in person.
Terms and Conditions
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The Personal Property Securities Registration and Maintenance fee is payable for each asset you purchase and finance. Fees apply for standalone facilities and those drawn under a Master Asset Finance Agreement. Additional fees may apply, refer to our Business Banking Fees and Charges and Interest rates, fees and charges for more information.
Lending criteria and terms and conditions apply (available on application).
- Rates, fees and charges
- Business Banking Fees – A guide to fees and charges
- Business lending general terms (PDF, 234KB)
Target Market Determinations for these products are available at nab.com.au/TMD.
The tax comments provided in this document are of a general nature and do not take into account any particular person’s objectives, financial situation or needs. The tax benefit information is based on present taxation laws and regulations, which may be subject to change. NAB recommends that you seek independent tax advice before making any decision based on this information, including in respect of the tax consequences arising from the use of any NAB Equipment Finance solution as they apply to your particular circumstances.
These products are issued by National Australia Bank Limited ABN 12 004 044 937.
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