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Annual ‘mherv’ Visit Comes To Cowra For 2024

Written by: The Cowra Phoenix


“Don’t hesitate to give 10 minutes of your busy day to get free basic health screening”, says the Registered Nurse who travels around NSW. Literally, “It could save your life”.

The “mherv” project is organized by Rotary and over the past five years it is estimated that over 450 lives have been saved because of these free basic health checks.

The Registered Nurse is happy to take your blood pressure, cholesterol levels, and blood sugar levels; and have a general quick chat about your health.

“mherv” sees around 3,500 patients each year and it is no surprise how many males have undetected symptoms. Around 40% require following up with a GP.

Project leader Adrian Payne says, “While men are our key target as we don’t want them dropping dead in the paddock, ladies are also welcome.”

Rotary kindly acknowledges the support of the NSW Department of Health and Electrodry in making this free service possible.

“mherv” is in town as follows:

Date: Saturday 6 April 2024 9:30 – 3:30 Monday 8 April 2024 9:30 – 3:30
Location: Outside SILLY SOLLY’S SHOP, 74 Kendall St, Cowra
Cost: Free Further information is available on our website: For further information or interviews, please contact Adrian Payne on 0425 204 815

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