Your Health

GMHBA is dedicated to helping members stay healthy and being at the heart of healthy communities through our health partnerships, preventative health and support and rehabilitation programs.

Preventative Health Programs

At GMHBA we are dedicated to helping our members on their health and wellbeing journey. We offer a range of programs and initiatives designed to help you manage your health through information, support and educational resources.

Bowel Cancer Risk Identification Program

Bowel cancer screening involves a simple, no-invasive at home test that could save your life.  

GMHBA offer our members access to the highly accurate ColoVantage® Home faecal immunochemical test (FIT) kit. Screening using a faecal immunochemical test is one of the most effective ways to reduce the risk of bowel cancer. More information

Chronic Disease Management Program

The Chronic disease management program (CDMP) assists members who have a chronic disease with care and support to achieve optimal management of their health and to reach their health and wellbeing goals. More information

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Best Doctors

Best Doctors provides access to leading medical minds from Australia and around the world. If you’re unsure about your diagnosis or treatment plan a second opinion can provide peace of mind. More information

Hospital Substitute Program

Sometimes a hospital stay is unavoidable but our aim is to help you get home as soon as possible, that’s why GMHBA offer Hospital in the Home (HITH) and Rehabilitation in the Home (RITH). Both services allow patients to be treated in the comfort of their own home. Read more about Hospital in the Home and Rehabilitation in the home.

Your Pregnancy

New Family Program

This program is for people who have welcomed a new baby into their home.

The New Family Program has been developed in collaboration with early childhood experts Safe Sleep Space to help with some of the challenges that new parents face. More information

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