CUA Health signs partnership with HBF
The strategic partnership means health members will become part of HBF, the country’s second largest not for profit health insurer.
There are many good reasons to get health insurance: it provides peace of mind, additional choice and more say in your personal healthcare. If you’re looking for health cover, CUA Health has been helping Australians care for their health since 1976.
We’ve put 40 years’ experience into creating health insurance that offers more to help you care for the ones you love – like value-for-money Hospital and Extras cover that’s right for you. It’s also easy to switch to CUA Health as you won’t have to re-serve any waiting periods.
*when you pay by direct debit from your Great Southern Bank transaction account. Discount applies from 4 April 2018.Find out more
Making the switch from your current provider is easy. Join CUA Health and transfer over any served (or partially) served waiting periods to your new policy.Find out more
On Family or Single Parent cover until they turn 23 (or 25 if studying fulltime). What’s more, there’s no excess for kids if they’re admitted to hospital.
On some extra covers, additional benefits help reduce or eliminate the cost of dental care. For routine dental services, to a value of $250 per visit (with no gap to pay), one visit every year for adults (two visits for dependents under 23).
With our CUA Health Mobile Claims app you only need to upload a photo of your invoice to make a claim.Find out more
CUA Health offers access to a scheme that helps you reduce or, in many cases, eliminate potential out of pocket medical expenses.
It’s ok to change your mind. That’s why CUA Health gives you a cooling-off period of 30 days from the start date of your policy.
When you take out health insurance for the first time, switch insurers or increase your level of cover, CUA Health asks that you wait a period of time before you can claim for new or higher benefits. Take a look at the table below to find out what waiting periods apply.
With our private hospital cover you can be treated as a private patient in a private or public hospital. CUA Health has agreements with the majority of private hospitals and day surgeries where you will receive benefits for your hospital accommodation, including:
Please contact us prior to any hospital admission to make sure your hospital is in agreement with CUA Health.