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MHERV heads to Goulburn

Sonia Lim 11 Mar 2022
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On Thursday 10 March, RFBI Goulburn Masonic Village welcomed the Men’s Health Education Rural Van (MHERV) to Goulburn with a wonderful morning tea. Helping us welcome MHERV to the community was Mayor Peter Walker of Goulburn Mulwaree Council, Councillor Daniel Strickland, who is also the Founder of The Goulburn Man Walk, residents and staff at the Village.

MHERV is one of the important initiatives RFBI supports and provides funds to have a registered nurse travel with the van throughout NSW to provide free health checks. Since this program commenced in 2017, MHERV has visited over 100 communities and provided more than 10,000 free health checks. In the Southern Tablelands area, MHERV has screened over 100 people, helping to save countless lives.

We would like to say a big thank you to everyone who joined us for our morning tea. A special thanks goes to Mayor Peter Walker, Councillor Danial Strickland, Bill Power, the registered nurse who travels with MHERV and Jamie Agius for treating our guest to some beautiful country music, not forgetting our retirements residents who cooked up a delicious BBQ and our Catering team for treating everyone with tasty scones.

If you missed the event but would still like to donate to help keep this vital service on the road, visit https://rfbi.com.au//donate-to-help-a-mate/