All About Laura
Laura is a proud Queenslander. She grew up in the small town of Allora on the Darling Downs on her family’s farm. Laura went on to lead one of Australia’s most successful national sporting teams and understands the importance of working as a team to achieve great results.
Laura’s achievements include captain of the Queensland Firebirds and the Australian Diamonds Netball team, having also represented Australia at the Commonwealth Games.
Laura recognises the importance of giving back to the community and spends time in regional areas each year providing netball clinics for junior players, teaching, and mentoring them to have success in their sport.
How it Began
Laura became our Brand Ambassador in 2014 and emulates the qualities and values of Queensland Country Health Fund.
She is a naturally fit and personifies the value of health and wellness. Her grounded and genuine upbringing has made her modest about her achievements but hard working and professional in her working life.
She is someone who doesn’t take themselves too seriously but is up for any challenge that life throws at her.
Laura continues to be a proud Queensland Country Member and Brand Ambassador. Her little family she shares with her husband Mark, has grown and she is now a busy mum of three – Barney, Franky and Billie - with her fourth due in late January 2023.
Even with her busy schedule three children and pregnancy she has kept health, fitness and well-being at top of mind from walks with the children to pilates classes.
Laura Geitz - Hospital Cover
Have you received your latest health fund increase and are looking for affordable cover options? Laura Geitz explains the Queensland Country Health Fund options and shows you how easy it is to tailor an affordable cover package to your lifestyle.
Laura Geitz - Extras Cover
Confused about the Extras? Learn more about Queensland Country Health Fund’s four, easy to understand extras options with Laura Geitz.
Laura Geitz - Private Patient Public Hospital
Having private hospital cover means you can choose whether you want to be treated as a private or public patient. It’s important that you know your options. Here Laura Geitz explains what you need to know about electing to be a private patient in a public hospital.