News

  • 29 May 2018

    Four Corners lifts the lid on gap costs

    A recent Four Corners program on the ABC called “Mind the Gap” has highlighted that some patients are paying thousands of dollars in out-of-pockets costs for surgery and other services because of doctors charging excessively. The program acknowledged most doctors are doing the right thing but there …

  • 2 May 2018

    Saving money on private health insurance: the full story

    Despite what you may have heard in the news, there are no shortcuts — the best way to save money on your health cover is to find an insurance product that suits your situation.

    With the cost of living continuing to rise, it’s understandable that Australian consumers want the best deal on private hea…

  • 30 April 2018

    May is Macular Month!

    The macula is a region at the centre of the retina, responsible for fine central vision and most colour vision. May is Macula Month, making it the perfect time to learn if you’re at risk of macular disease, which can affect your ability to appreciate colours, recognise faces, read your email, or dri…

  • 13 February 2018

    Stunning result sees TUH score a trifecta of top scores in major customer survey

    TUH Health Fund has ranked top for trustworthiness, satisfaction and likelihood to be recommended in a recent nation-wide survey undertaken by Ipsos Public Affairs.

    The results put TUH well ahead of larger competitors.

    TUH were described as trustworthy by an extraordinary 85% of its members compar…

  • 18 January 2018

    Healthy Educators Program 2018

    Free program targeting teachers’ health returns in 2018

    Cancer Council Queensland and TUH Health Fund have joined forces again in 2018, to help educators improve their health and reduce their cancer risk. Hundreds of educators are set to benefit from the Healthy Educators’ Program being rolled out across the state in 10 locations between February and May, after a successful pilot in 2017. The first workshop will be held on February 7 at 3.30pm, at Wavell State High School in Brisbane.

  • 9 October 2017

    Healthy Educators Program

    New program targets health of Brisbane educators

    Brisbane teachers are set to benefit from a new program targeting teachers’ health, with a focus on cancer prevention and healthy living.

    The Healthy Educators Program, developed by Cancer Council Queensland and TUH Health Fund, will see workshops held across the state to improve the health and wellbeing of educators.   

    The first workshop will be held in Brisbane on Tuesday, October 31 at Cancer Council Queensland (553 Gregory Terrace) from 3.30pm – 5.30pm.