Nothing is more important than your health, but choosing the right health insurance can be daunting. That’s why we’ve done the hard work for you and teamed up with nib to bring you great value health insurance that’s easy to understand, easy to claim on and easy on the wallet.


nib is one of Australia’s fastest growing health funds with over 800,000 customers around the country. They’ve been providing health insurance to Australians for over 60 years. 

Everybody’s different and at different stages of life so nib has a range of health covers available in your G&C Mutual Bank Member Health Plan. They’ve carefully chosen what’s included and excluded in each cover to help make sure you don’t pay for things you don’t need.

  • Health covers for singles
  • Health covers for couples
  • Heath covers for families

As a G&C Mutual Bank member, you can save even more - up to 8% on the cost of your nib health cover. Simply choose any combined hospital and extras package available in your G&C Mutual Bank health plan and sign up to pay by direct debit from your credit card, cheque or savings account. 

Join nib, you'll get 50%, 65%, 75% or 85% of the cost back every time you make a claim on extras like dental, optical and physiotherapy (waiting periods and annual limits apply). How much you get back varies depending on the level of cover you choose.


For example, on nib’s highest level of cover, Premier Plus, if you go to the dentist and it costs $200 you’ll get $170 back from nib! It’s as simple as that.

Join your G&C Mutual Bank Member health plan today and you can claim straight away on Extras like general dental, optical, physiotherapy and more. nib will waive the usual 2 and 6 month waiting periods to claim on Extras when you join a Hospital and Extras package.*


Check out your G&C Mutual Bank Member Health Plan today. It’s worth it.


To join or switch to nib call 1800 131 463 (Monday to Friday, 8am to 8:30pm and Saturday 8am to 1pm (AEST).

* Offer applies to new corporate customers. Excludes hospital services. Longer waiting periods apply for some services including major dental and oral surgery.