Police HealthPolice Health
Two private health funds- One purpose…you
Nothing is more important to us than the health and wellbeing of the first responders of Australia and their families.
We’re Police Health & Emergency Service Health–established in response to a need, and requests, for the first responders of Australia.
We’ve been looking after those on the front line, and their families too, for over 80 years – and we’re proud of the reputation we’ve built by putting our members first.
If you’ve chosen a career in policing or emergency services, your health needs – both physical and mental – and the health needs of your family, are different to others. That’s why our cover is like no other.We only offer the best – because we believe anything less would be a disservice to you.
Our cover is designed to be used – not for the tragic (though that’s when you’ll really know our worth), but for the everyday things that keep you healthy in body and mind and out there protecting the rest of us.
We’re about value for money, unparalleled benefits, exceptional service and ultimate peace of mind.
Find out why over 57,000 of the policing community already choose to insure with us
Gallagher BassettGallagher Bassett
Gallagher Bassett is Australia and New Zealand’s largest multi-disciplinary third party claims administrator. Drawing on our global network and extensive local resources, Gallagher Bassett provides customised claim and risk mitigation solutions that improve our clients’ outcomes.
GB provides a full range of claims management and administration services, specialising in general insurance, workers’ compensation, self insurance, life and health and consulting and audit.
With offices in Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Sydney, Darwin, Perth and New Zealand, and a team of more than 900 claims management experts, GB provides a unique suite of claims and policy management and related consultancy and technical services.
The Road HomeThe Road Home
The Road Home (formerly Foundation Daw Park at the Repatriation General Hospital in South Australia) raises awareness and funds to support health and wellbeing research and programs into conditions such as Post-Traumatic Stress for Australia’s veterans, emergency service personnel and their families.
A key brand of The Hospital Research Foundation Group, since 2015 The Road Home has provided $1.4 million in funding for research and programs that deliver optimal models of care and health outcomes on a national scale. It is a key supporter and coordinator of the Australian Centre of Excellence for Post-Traumatic Stress (ACEPTS) – the first of its type in Australia. The Centre enables researchers working on interventional therapies to work closely with patients and staff at the $15 million Jamie Larcombe Centre at Glenside, South Australia. Researchers from all over Australia and the world collaboratively undertake research to benefit the health and wellbeing of veterans reducing duplication of work, enhancing research outcomes and ultimately creating greater efficiency for research funding.
Complementing this important research, The Road Home also runs a popular research-backed Wellbeing Program that supports veterans and emergency service personnel from transition from the front line and/or injury to the next stage of life thanks to a large peer support community and activities such as cycling, art activities, art therapy, surf kayaking, archery and swimming to name a few. In collaboration with the University of South Australia, The Road Home also runs the Invictus Pathways Program for veterans aspiring to compete in the Invictus Games.