Is CUA a good health fund?
CUA health insurance: Our verdict
CUA has a range of comprehensive hospital policies, but they come at a premium. CUA health insurance will soon become part of HBF, after being sold in early 2021. CUA is good if: You're looking for comprehensive hospital cover from a not-for-profit fund. via
Does CUA have an app?
Get instant access to your CUA personal and business accounts anytime and anywhere with the CUA Mobile Banking App. Available for Apple and Android devices. via
How do I claim CUA health insurance?
You can still claim your Extras benefit, just pay for your treatment and be sure to get an invoice. You can then lodge your claim using the CUA Health Mobile Claiming app, Online Services, by visiting a Great Southern Bank branch, by fax or by mail. via
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Does CUA health insurance cover ambulance?
All CUA Health policies have emergency ambulance cover. via
Who owns CUA health insurance?
CUA Health is a wholly owned subsidiary of CUA – Australia's largest member owned financial institution. We have been helping Australians care for their health since 1976. via
How do I download the CUA app?
Download the app and click the "Register" button on the login page. Alternatively, you can register online at www.greatsouthernbank.com.au/ob-register, call us on 133 282 or drop into your local branch. Simply download the Great Southern Bank Mobile Banking app and you're ready to go. via
Can you check credit union balance online?
With many credit unions now offering banking apps to complement online banking facilities, it means you can easily and quickly check your balance, transfer funds, and/or apply for a loan - at the touch of a button. via
How do I change my daily limit on Cua?
To manage daily limits on your accounts:
Enter a new amount in the 'New limit' box. Select a limit duration option – either 'Permanent' or 'Temporary'. For temporary changes, select an end date on the calendar pop-up. Click the 'Set New Limit' button. via
Has CUA changed its name?
We will change our name to Great Southern Bank on 1 June 2021. That is the day our website and app will change from CUA to Great Southern Bank. The signage in branches will be a more gradual process with only a few to change over on June 1. via
What is my CUA member number?
Your account number is issued to you when you first open your membership with CUA. It is also the number you use to log into MemberDirect Online Banking. If you are uncertain or if you have forgotten your account number, please call our Customer Contact Centre at 902-492-6500. via
What is a health insurer ID?
What is the health insurer ID? AHB is the code used by the ATO to identify Defence Health. via
Who is the cheapest health insurance in Australia?
The cheapest hospital policy in Western Australia and Tasmania is AHM Starter Basic with a $750 excess. And the cheapest hospital cover in Queensland is Westfund Basic (Plus) with a $750 excess. via
Can I get my money back from health insurance?
Yes, you can cancel your health insurance policy and get a refund. You can write to the insurance company that you wish to cancel and they will refund your premiums after deducting the stamp duty charges and the proportional risk charges for the days that you are being covered. via