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Hospital Cover

Get it now to save money for future you.

  1. Once you turn 31, if you don’t get hospital cover, you’ll end up paying more in the future.
  2. Without private, Ambulances can cost a lot of money, up to $1,200 (even in an emergency).
  3. You’ll be able to choose your hospital, doctor and maybe even get a private room.

Extras Cover

Discounts for your everyday health treatments.

  1. It’s pretty easy to get your money back with extras so you’re getting more cash back than you pay each month.
  2. Dental and physio are included in even basic policies which can start from less than $3 per week.
  3. Many options include a new pair of specs every single year. Some even include gym membership discounts.

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Or, grab a great sign up deal this October 2018

ahm Deals ahm Deals

Get 1 month free with combined cover plus waive 2 & 6 month waits on extras.

Offer available when you join hospital + extras before October 31st.

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CUA Health Deals CUA Health Deals

Get 1 month free + a pair of wireless Sennheiser headphones with a combined policy.

Plus save an additional 4% when paying from a CUA everyday account.

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