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.
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Eye health programs and support
Discounts on glasses and contact lenses
CBHS Corporate has discount arrangements with several providers to give you maximum choice and value when choosing glasses or contact lenses. Some of our providers are what we call Choice Network Providers, which means you can choose frames, lenses and contact lenses with little or no out-of-pocket expenses. You’ll need to hold CBHS Corporate Extras cover to get the discounts.
Reduce your risk of diabetic retinopathy
Reduce your risk of developing diabetic retinopathy by making sure your diabetes is well controlled. Our CBHS Corporate Better Living programs include support for people living with diabetes, or people at risk of developing it. One-on-one support from health professionals can help you make better choices about lifestyle and offer support when you need it. You’ll need to hold an appropriate level of CBHS Corporate Hospital or packaged cover to participate.
Read more about our Better Living program.
Questions to ask before you undergo cataract surgery
Surgical treatment for cataracts is common and usually very effective. You’ll need a referral from your GP, which you can use for any ophthalmologist. Ask if your ophthalmologist participates in our Access Gap scheme. If you choose someone who participates in our scheme, and you attend an agreement hospital, you can reduce your out-of-pocket expenses. Cataract surgery is covered on most Hospital policies.
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 healthcare professional.