Health Check Booth
1 in 11 people have high blood pressure
1 in 7 people have high cholesterol
1 in 13 people have high blood sugar
The Victor Chang Health Check Booth is a heart health check service, providing your organisation with the opportunity to demonstrate that you care about your employees, clients and the community at large. Launched in 2010, this is one of our most important community programs, helping people to focus on and understand some of the basic risk factors that could affect their heart.
The Health Check Booth is a fully mobile and portable service and can be set-up in any convenient location. We bring the testing to you, to your workplace, business or event. In less than 10 minutes we measure a person’s blood pressure, total cholesterol and blood sugar levels and provide information on modifiable risk factors and healthy heart habits.
The Health Check Booth is operated by trained professional staff who can conduct up to 100 individual health checks per day. Tests are conducted by a NSW Registered Nurse in a private, branded and fully equipped booth. Our Nurses use fast, reliable and non-invasive testing equipment. A tiny blood sample from a finger prick is all that is required and results are available immediately for each person to take away with them.
If you would like a heart health check for your employees, colleagues, members or guests, or for more information, please contact Health Check Booth Manager Jayne Baric on (02) 9295 8760 or email@example.com. Click here to download the Health Check Booth Brochure
The Victor Chang Health Check Booth is coming to a location near you! Click here to view the 2016 schedule.
Are you an HCF member with Extras cover? The Victor Chang Health Check Booth will be conducting free heart health checks for members at HCF branches in NSW, VIC, QLD, SA and ACT.
To check out the 2016 schedule and to find out if the Health Check Booth is visiting a branch near you, check out the HCF website here >>
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