Teachers Health and Nurses  Midwives Health merger

Teachers Health and Nurses & Midwives Health merger

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A move that will strengthen our fund for the future

Nurses & Midwives Health is set to merge with Teachers Health on 1 January 2022.

Nurses & Midwives Health is currently part of the Teachers Health group and, like us, are committed to putting members at the heart of everything they do.


Business as usual for Teachers Health members

For Teachers Health members, the merger won’t have any impact day-to-day – they’ll still enjoy the same member-focused benefits, support and service.

While we’ll officially operate as one fund from 1 January 2022, our unique identity and branding will remain, as will our commitment to supporting Australia’s teachers and the education community.


Well-placed to face industry challenges

Brad Joyce, Teachers Health CEO says, “The upcoming change is a positive step towards strengthening our fund for the future, ensuring its long-term success and ability to provide continued value and support in line with our members’ ongoing needs.”

As one health fund, we’ll be in an even stronger position to address the challenges the industry is facing, such as the growing demands of our ageing population and the rising costs of healthcare.

Together, we’ll combine our efforts to create operational efficiencies and focus on what matters most – supporting our members and delivering the best value health cover we can.


For more on the merger, see our FAQs.