News

  • 3 March 2016

    Premium increases

    Yesterday the Government announced changes to private health insurance premiums. Our rates will change on 12 April. Rate change notices are being prepared and will be sent within the week. Mail notices will take slightly longer than email to reach you. In the meantime, find out more about why premiu…

  • 12 February 2016

    CEO takes a balanced view on health cost increases

    TUH CEO, Rob Seljak, has responded to recent calls by the Minister for Health, Sussan Ley, for health funds to “justify” planned premium increases.

  • 11 September 2015

    TUH Total Care Hospital is CHOICE Recommended

    CHOICE magazine has confirmed something we were already sure of – TUH’s Total Care Hospital cover is one of the best around. And with over 50,000 people covered by this product, it seems our members agree.

    Australia’s consumer advocacy group, CHOICE looked at thousands of hospital cover policies fr…

  • 17 June 2015

    Diabetes and heart health checks at TUH

     

    Heart health check

    Being proactive about our health is vital as we age. A basic health check shows if certain health measures are within healthy normal ranges, and can help spot underlying health concerns. 

    TUH offers our members checks for Type 2 diabetes and heart health. 

    The simple tests, conducted by a qua…

  • 5 June 2015

    Turning 31? Here's the low down on what it means for health cover

    Turning 30 is a memorable milestone. Thirty is the first decade we reach as fully fledged adults. Suddenly you see things on a different level and take stock of the goals you made and accomplishments you planned to obtain by this point in your life.

    Thirty is a significant age for people who have n…

  • 27 April 2015

    Switch to TUH and watch the savings stack up

    Consumers are being advised to shop around as the latest rise in health insurance rates came into effect this month. While that's good advice, it can also be confusing and time-consuming; many people either don’t bother or continue paying more than they need to, or drop out of health insurance compl…