At CBHS we help you manage your health challenges. We believe in offering you the services, support and tools you need to live your best life.
Our Better Living Programs are available to support eligible members towards a healthier lifestyle. Each Better Living Program is subject to its own eligibility criteria.
Contact us for more information and to confirm your eligibility for a program.
After having my son, I struggled breastfeeding. I contacted CBHS to discuss services available to support me. I was guided into finding a lactation specialist who could help me navigate the early stages of motherhood and was advised on other benefits I could be entitled to such as breast pump under my Extras cover.
It helped me get the support I needed during a very emotional journey and save money on the services and equipment I needed. So grateful for the guidance!
Two years ago, I suffered a miscarriage at 10 weeks and went into hospital. $100 co-payment and that was it. Three months later, I was pregnant again. This time rushed to hospital by ambulance at six weeks with an ectopic emergency. This resulted in surgery which perforated my stomach. I had to stay in hospital five days. CBHS cover meant I just paid the $100 co-payment per day again and such peace of mind at a horrible time.
We are now four rounds of IVF down and CBHS has been holding my hand the whole way like an old friend. You can’t get better cover for cheaper and the service is phenomenal.
Pregnancy and birth programs and support
Online midwifery services
If you hold CBHS Prestige (Gold) or Top Extras, you can claim benefits towards pre and post-natal care from a midwife – this includes services delivered online such as: antenatal and postnatal consultations, lactation consultations and baby settling classes. You might also want to join a selection of online programs by CBHS recognised providers like – Birth Beat and Nourish Baby. You can claim these under your Extras cover.
Find an obstetrician near you
If you want to give birth in a private hospital, you’ll need an obstetrician. You can speak with your GP for recommendations. You can also check our Healthshare database to see if your preferred obstetrician participates in the CBHS Access Gap Cover scheme. You’ll also be able to find an average gap estimate based on past member experience.
All information contained in this article is intended for general information purposes only. The information provided should not be relied upon as medical advice and does not supersede or replace a consultation with a suitably qualified health care professional.