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Here's why nib is a great choice for you

Your health, your choice

You’ll have more choice about your care. You can also find healthcare providers near you using our Find a Provider directory.

Easy to use and easy to claim

Manage your health cover wherever you are with my nib and the nib app, whether it’s making a claim or contacting us to make a change to your cover.

Support and tools to better manage your health

Eligible members can improve their health through our Health Management Programmes for conditions like joint pain, heart health, or cancer treatment*.

*View how to register and the eligibility criteria of the programmes.

Who can you see for treatment?

You can search our directory to find healthcare providers in your area. Find out if your healthcare provider is part of our First Choice network and whether they can take care of your paperwork, so you can focus on getting well.

Manage your health cover easily with our app

Claiming with the nib app is as easy as taking a photo of your treatment receipt. Everyday claims are processed faster when you submit them through the app, so you can get your eligible costs refunded earlier.

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Health and Wellbeing

Prostate Cancer Treatment and Symptoms: Early Screening Guide

05 Jun 2024

Did you know that prostate cancer is the second most commonly diagnosed cancer in New Zealand affecting roughly 4,000 men a year? In fact, more than 700 men die of prostate cancer each year, making it the second leading cause of cancer death in men after lung cancer.

Know Your Skin, Spot Checks & Cancer Signs | nib

30 May 2024

Skin cancer has one of the highest global incidences of any form of cancer, with New Zealand clocking the highest rates of melanoma in the world. But this doesn’t mean we can’t keep on enjoying the Kiwi sun we know and love – it means it's even more important to know what skin cancer is, the signs to look out for, be sun smart and importantly, ensure you have regular skin checks.

Breast Cancer Symptoms and Early Signs Guide | nib

30 May 2024

Today, nine New Zealand women, on average, will receive news that they have breast cancer. It’s the most common cancer for Kiwi women. Here's what you need to know about breast cancer checks and what to do if you feel a possible breast cancer lump.