that seems a bit stupid since weight watchers won't accept you unless you have an unhealthy bmi. It's common that things like gym are payable on presentation of declaration from yous dr. And as for cancer council, well everything there is 100 % preventative items
I think you have all convinced me to get PHI. I am going to start looking into it. Any recommendations of funds. I am thinking of NIB at the moment. Thoughts? Thanks.
I'm with NIB.
Hi Bellalika, which plan are you on? Did you compare prices when you decided on NIB?
Thanks so much.
We're on family plus, but they may have changed the name. There are two main family ones. One has labour ward etc and one doesn't. From memory the other is safeguard.
I did compare prices but I had some limitations due to my epilepsy. Some funds didn't want to cover anything linking from it. I was with NIB when diagnosed so they didn't have a problem. Cost and if they would cover me were my criteria for coming up with a top five. I then looked at what they covered, what would be relevant to my family and then went from there.
Has anyone used teachers' union health or teachers' health? Currently deciding between the two. We want top hospital and extras which will be about $300-350 a month for a family depending if we opt for excess. I also want to upgrade for birth of baby #2.
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