Be treated in the comfort of your home instead of continuing a hospital stay.
Manage your health journey with a range of member programs designed to achieve a healthier future.
Support on your journey to a healthier future.
Things happen in life that are unexpected but we are here to help you access the care and support you need.
Speak to us about how you may be eligible for a range of personalised programs including; Telehealth Services, Hospital in the Home, Rehab in the Home, Chronic Disease Management, Care Co-ordination Services, the New Family Program plus other screening and pilot programs.
Care in the comfort of your own home
Find out if you may be eligible to undertake all or part of your care within the privacy, comfort and security of your home.
Post hospital support
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. Our post hospital support services allow you to be treated in the comfort of your own home.
New Family program
Safe Sleep Space and Nourish Baby are early parenting groups specialising in sleep and settling of infants and toddlers. Their emphasis is on caregiver interaction, social-emotional development and an understanding that every infant, toddler and parent is unique. They offer support and knowledge for a better understanding of your baby's needs, cues and capabilities, and give you workable strategies for creating an emotional and physical ‘safe sleep space’.
Chronic Disease Management Program
Chronic diseases can interfere with your ability to maintain optimal health and wellbeing.
To help members manage their conditions GMHBA offer members access to a range of chronic disease management programs.
Get the most from your health support
It’s no surprise that many children do not enjoy getting needles. In preparation for your child’s vaccination, you can help to make it a positive experience by carefully planning and talking them through why it is important to get vaccinated.
If you’ve ever looked into the distance, and seen little bits of dust floating around, you might have floaters inside your eye. These usually harmless floating obstructions are common but can result from eye damage. Learn more about what eye floaters are and how to manage them.