Social responsibility is an ethical responsibility in which each individual at Health and Life are accountable for fulfilling their civic duty, and the actions of an individual must benefit the whole of society.

We take this responsibility seriously and go beyond what we do is important to us and the community you serve .

We demonstrate this commitment in many ways.


Staff have worked on local and national not for profit boards and organisations over a number of decades. Organisations included are not limited to:

One Moment Foundation

Poverty breeds ill health and ill health breeds poverty.

Health and financial literacy is critical. It only takes one moment.

General practices are at the cornerstone of this problem and solution.

Early education and providing good nutrition of children can reduce poverty and ill health. 



International Healthcare Standards and Ethics Board not for profit project (IHSEB)

Our Vision: One patient at a time, we will improve your health and reduce preventable healthcare errors.
How we do it: By establishing a community-led not for profit independent international healthcare standards and ethics board.
Our Mission: We do this by globally centralising healthcare standards and ethics that you can understand and trust in 192 countries by 2030.

Australian Medical Association of Australia (AMA) WA

Royal Australian College of General Practice (SA)

Primary Healthcare Networks (PHN)

Australian Association of Practice Management (AAPM) (National and State Boards and Committees)

University of South Australia EQUIS Accreditation Panel

Pricel Line Stadium (formerly Netball SA/ETSA Park Stadium)

CPA Public Practice Committee (SA)


We mentor each year many students and people from all walks of life.

Chartered Accountants Australian and New Zealand (CAANZ)not for profit mentoring

CPA Australia – public practice committee and employer mentoring

Student Work Experience

Hear from our interns.

Carnegie Mellon University – Adelaide 

University of South Australia 

Flinders University of South Australia 

University of Adelaide