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Medibank health support and services
As a Medibank member with hospital cover, you get more than just health insurance. You get extra support, when you need it most.
24/7 Medibank Nurse
Health concerns keeping you up at night? With hospital cover you’re supported by Medibank nurses on our 24/7 Medibank Nurse phone service. ~
Medibank has partnered with Monash University to create OptimalMe, a research program designed to help mums-to-be optimise their health before they conceive. The program features tailored heath and wellbeing tips and personal guidance on fitness and nutrition. If you’re planning to have a baby in the next 12 months you may be eligible to take part.
Eligible members with hospital cover can now talk to a member of our Health Concierge team for advice and guidance on how to have a healthy pregnancy, at no extra cost. #
Medibank has a wide range of health and wellbeing services to support eligible members who are planning on starting a family, expecting a new addition, or caring for their growing family.
Looking for something else?
Visit our Planning, Pregnancy and Parenthood homepage to find more tools and advice to help you at every stage of your journey.
Things you should know
§ Waiting periods apply, including 12 months for pregnancy and birth-related services.
~ OSHC members should call the Student Health and Support Line on 1800 887 283.
# Health Concierge is available to all eligible Medibank members who hold hospital cover. Excludes Overseas Visitor Health Cover, Working Visa Health Cover and Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC). Some referred services may involve out of pocket costs.
While we hope you find this information helpful, please note that it is general in nature. It is not health advice, and is not tailored to meet your individual health needs. You should always consult a trusted health professional before making decisions about your health care. While we have prepared the information carefully, we can’t guarantee that it is accurate, complete or up-to-date. And while we may mention goods or services provided by others, we aren’t specifically endorsing them and can’t accept responsibility for them. For these reasons we are unable to accept responsibility for any loss that may be sustained from acting on this information (subject to applicable consumer guarantees).
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