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An important part of your Nestlé health care benefits are the resources that support you in using them wisely. Review the resources below to help you navigate making the best use of your benefits.

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Carrum Health

A health care concierge service helps you navigate the ins and outs of surgeries. Your personal care specialist will help you complete the necessary forms and gather your medical records. They can even help you schedule your surgery, manage any necessary travel and complete any required paperwork. You’ll also save money on surgery costs and know exactly how much you’ll pay (if any) prior to surgery.

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Included Health

Included Health is a dedicated health care concierge service for the LGBTQ+ community and their loved ones. This program can help you find an in-network LGBTQ+ friendly provider, plan future care (including gender affirmation care), or navigate anything from coming out at work to parenting LGBTQ+ children.


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Video Visits and Telemental Health

Instead of making a trip to the doctor’s office or urgent care, you can talk to a doctor from your mobile device or computer anytime day or night. And if you need behavioral health support, Telemental Health is also available for treatment of mental health conditions from the comfort of your home. Both Video Visits and Telemental Health are available at a lower cost than an in-person visit.


Diabetes Support

If you or a loved one is living with diabetes, Nestlé offers a program that can help, Livongo. This benefit is available if you’re enrolled in a Nestlé medical plan and includes a blood glucose meter, testing supplies and expert resources.



Nestlé’s Impact Advanced Recovery Drink can ease your recovery from surgery. It’s a unique blend of key nutrients designed to boost your immune system before surgery, reduce the risk of complications and make your recovery faster. Speak with your physician about making it part of your treatment plan.