Nurse checking blood pressure of a female during Heart Health Check

Free Heart Health Check Locations

Where can I get a free heart health check-up with the Victor Chang Heart Health team?

The Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute Heart Health Check service is on the road providing Australians with FREE heart health tests to help fight heart disease.

Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute will be testing in local communities for three of the key modifiable risk factors of heart disease: blood pressure, blood sugar, and cholesterol. Knowing these numbers can save your life. By understanding your risks today, you’ll have the power to change what happens tomorrow.

Check out our tour schedule below! Don’t live near any of the current tour locations? Don’t worry, we will be releasing further locations throughout the year so keep an eye out and follow us on social media for the latest updates.

Suburb Location Time
Bondi Beach Bondi Beach Promenade (near Lifeguard Tower), NSW Thursday 12th January 2023, 10am till 2pm
Callaghan Newcastle Uni No 2 Oval, University Dr, NSW Saturday 4th March 2023, 12pm till 4pm
Cromer 120 S Creek Rd, NSW Saturday 4th March 2023, 9am till 12pm & 1pm till 4pm
Lisarow Pluim Park, Tuggerah St, NSW Saturday 29th April 2023, 12pm till 4pm
Strathfield Strathfield Park, Chalmers & Homebush Rd, NSW Sunday 26th March 2023, 12pm till 4pm
Tempe Tempe Reserve, Holbeach Ave, NSW Monday 20th February 2023, 10am till 4pm
Woy Woy James Brown Oval, 38 Welcome St, NSW Saturday 18th March 2023, 9:45am till 4:15pm

Thanks to the support of our community partners IMB Bank Community Foundation and Heartbeat of Football, the Heart Health Check Tour is made freely available across Australia at the above locations.

If you would like to book or sponsor the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute Heart Health Check Service for your workplace or community, make an enquiry today.

Acknowledgement of Country

The Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land, the Gadigal of the Eora nation, on which we meet, work, and discover.
Our Western Australian laboratories pay their respect to the Whadjuk Noongar who remain as the spiritual and cultural custodians of their land.