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Members Own Funds
- Happy members that stay
- Big Benefits
- Not for Profit
- Covered Australia-wide
The Only South Australian Members Own Health Fund
Health Partners is the only South Australian health fund to proudly display the Members Own Health Fund symbol.
When you choose us, you’re joining over one million Australian’s who have chosen a Members Own Health Fund – A fund that’s owned by members and run only to benefit members.
So why is a Members Own better for you?
Our profits are invested back into the fund to benefit members. It’s why we can provide big benefits.
Here’s what the numbers say:
- Health Partners gives 92 cents from every premium dollar back in benefits.
- The for-profit funds like Bupa, Medibank, NIB give back an average of 84 cents*
We’re driven to perform for members benefit, and that’s what we do day in and day out. We put our members first.
This makes for some pretty happy members
We’re not worried about making shareholders happy, because we don’t have any. We’re only worried about providing the best possible services and experience to our members. It’s all we do.
So we spend our time making sure we outperform the industry on the things we think are most important, like:
Members getting moreRead more
Members getting more
We give more back in benefits 91.7% vs. 84.2% average of Medibank/Bupa/NIB*
Having happier membersRead more
Having happier members
Health Partners 84% against a market average of 71%~
Members that want to stay
Members that want to stay 89% retention rate vs. 81% average of Medibank/Bupa/NIB*
Providing our own Expert ServicesRead more
Providing our own Expert Services
66,000 visits to Health Partners Dental with 95% satisfaction rating^. 10,000 visits to Health Partners Optical with 92% satisfaction^.
~Roy Morgan Private Health Insurance Report March 2018. *As reported in the Commonwealth Ombudsman's '2017 State of the Health Funds Report', released March 2018. ^Independently conducted research by New Focus Research, November 2017.