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November 2019 bushfires: Emergency relief for CBHS members

12 November, 2019
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Our members are at the heart of everything we do. We are committed to supporting our members adversely impacted by the November 2019 bushfires that have ravaged parts of Australia. If you or your family are involved, rest assured that here at CBHS we will do everything we can to help.

We have today instigated an emergency relief plan for members affected by bushfires that occur at any time during November 2019. The relief plan covers all fire affected areas across Australia.

CBHS members who have been impacted by bushfires, and have held Hospital or Hospital and Extras covers for 12 months or more, will have access to relief from contributions for a period of three months. Terms and conditions apply.

Sending you all our heartfelt best wishes for the health and safety of you and your families during this difficult time.

For assistance with our emergency relief program, please call us on 1300 654 123 with your membership details handy if possible.

Please also look after your health and safety during these bushfires by following the management plans for any health conditions e.g. asthma closely. You can find more information on maintaining health during bushfires here.

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