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Your Family is our Family!

21 April, 2017

Being a CBHS Member is being part of a family. 

We are open to all employees, contractors and franchisees of the Commonwealth Bank Group and because at one point in time you were or even still are an employee, contractor and franchisee of the Commonwealth Bank Group (including The CBA, CommSec, BankWest, etc) your privileged eligibility gives you access to join our award winning fund - CBHS.

Once a Member, you’re always a welcomed Member of the CBHS Family!

We are a group of families; some who are active about being healthy in their daily lives and others who are on a journey of recovery due to hereditary or medical conditions. Regardless, you're part of a community that actively cares about your specific needs and personal circumstances.

Your exclusive eligibility is also open to those you love – Your Mum, Dad, partners, brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews and even your grandchildren. Click here to learn more about our eligibility rules.

To refer a loved one, simply email us their contact details to help@cbhs.com.au and we will give them a call. We know life can be busy so let us help.

You are after all Family!

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