GMHBA member programs
At GMHBA we are dedicated to helping our members on their health and wellbeing journey. We offer a range of programs designed to help you manage your health through information, support and educational resources.
GMHBA Health Navigation Line
We understand that finding information about your health concerns, knowing who to contact and when, can sometimes be difficult.
That’s why we have introduced the GMHBA Health Navigation Line. With a simple phone call, GMHBA members can talk to a health navigation professional who can help you with guidance, referrals, health coaching and information relevant to your health needs Australia-wide.
The GMHBA Health Navigation line provides guidance and help for questions like:
- Where can I go with my health problems?
- How do I find out about my health concerns?
- Where do I go to find aged care services?
- Who can help me?
Available FREE to all GMHBA members, the GMHBA Health Navigation Line suits:
- People who require information about what services may be available to them
- Australia-wide health navigation help
- Individual health information
How it works:
Contact us here or on 1300 446 422 to talk about how we can assist you with your health questions.
Post Hospital Support Programs
Hospital in the Home and Rehabilitation in the Home (HITH and RITH)
Sometimes a hospital stay is unavoidable but our aim is to help you get home as soon as possible and access the care and support you need. That’s why our HITH and RITH services allows you to be treated in the comfort of your own home.
Care Coordination Service
At GMHBA we understand that after a hospital stay people with chronic illness may find it hard to organise medical care and get help to live independently. As a result, GMHBA now offers a Care Coordination Service to eligible members. More information
Chronic Disease Management Program
The Chronic Disease Management Program (CDMP) assists members who have a chronic disease with the care and support they need to achieve optimal management of their health. More information
Bowel Cancer Risk Identification Program
Bowel cancer screening involves a simple, non-invasive at home test that could save your life.
Screening using a faecal immunochemical test is one of the most effective ways to reduce the risk of bowel cancer. More information
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 and its sister organisation Nourish Baby to help with some of the challenges that new parents face. More information