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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

How To Spend Quality Time With Your Child

14 Dec 2023

Struggling to spend quality time with kids? Parenting expert Nathan Wallis shares tips on how working parents can fit in more one on one time with kids.

Nathan Wallis - Raising neurodivergent kids

13 Dec 2023

Our resident parenting expert and neuroscience educator, Nathan Wallis, explains what you need to know about raising neurodivergent children and offers some helpful tips for raising and empowering them.

How to deal with cyberbullying – whether your child is a victim or perpetrator

24 Nov 2023

With bullying increasingly happening behind a screen , it can be even more difficult to keep track of. In fact, our nib 2021 State of the Nation Parenting Survey uncovered that 68% of Kiwi parents were concerned about their child being a victim of online bullying, and 50% were concerned about their child being a perpetrator.