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Here you will find what events Her Medical support throughout each month of the year along with exclusive offers and where media outlets can contact us for interviews, images, write-ups and feature articles.

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Monthly Events


Date Event Details
25.04.2024 ANZAC Day As we approach ANZAC Day, a time to remember the sacrifices of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps, it's essential to recognize the vital role women have played in times of war. From World War I to the present day, women have contributed in various capacities, from nursing wounded soldiers to working in factories producing essential supplies. Their bravery and resilience deserve our utmost respect and remembrance on this solemn day. Please note that our clinic will be closed on ANZAC Day as we pay tribute to all who have served. We will resume regular hours the following day. Lest we forget.
APRIL IBS Awareness Month April marks IBS Awareness Month, bringing attention to the challenges faced by millions with Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Let's unite to raise awareness, foster understanding, and support those navigating the complexities of this condition.


Date Event Details
May 6th Labour Day Labour Day in Australia originated from the labour movement's fight for better working conditions, particularly the push for an eight-hour workday. It commemorates the achievements of workers and their contributions to society. On this day, we honor their efforts and the progress made in workplace rights. Please note that the clinic will be closed in observance of Labour Day.
May 12th International Nurses Day International Nurses Day is a momentous occasion to honor the invaluable contributions of nurses worldwide. Today, we celebrate the exceptional dedication and compassionate care provided by nurses like Renee Hayley and Luanne, who tirelessly serve in women's health within our general practice. Their unwavering commitment not only enhances patient outcomes but also provides vital support to doctors and patients alike. Let's acknowledge their remarkable work and express gratitude for the significant impact they make in healthcare every day.
May 23 Australia's Biggest Morning Tea Join Australia's Biggest Morning Tea and help make a difference in the fight against cancer! Host your own event or attend one near you to raise vital funds for Cancer Council's life-saving research, prevention programs, and support services for those affected by cancer. Every cuppa counts, so let's come together over tea and treats to support this important cause. Get involved today by visiting the official website: Australia's Biggest Morning Tea
May 24th World Schizophrenia Day World Schizophrenia Awareness Day, celebrated annually on May 24th, serves as a crucial platform to foster understanding and compassion towards schizophrenia. By shedding light on this complex condition, the day endeavors to dismantle the stigma surrounding it, promoting acceptance and support for individuals living with schizophrenia.
May 25th World Thyroid Day Thyroid Awareness Day shines a vital spotlight on women's health, emphasizing the significance of thyroid health in women's overall well-being. The thyroid gland plays a crucial role in regulating metabolism, energy levels, and various bodily functions. Awareness events like this serve to educate women about the importance of monitoring thyroid function and seeking medical attention for any abnormalities. By promoting awareness and understanding, we empower women to take proactive steps towards maintaining optimal thyroid health and overall wellness.


Date Event Details
June Migraine Awareness Month Migraine Awareness Month brings attention to the significant impact of migraines on women's health. Migraines are more prevalent in women, often disrupting daily life with debilitating pain, sensitivity to light and sound, and other symptoms. This awareness month serves to educate women about migraine triggers, symptoms, and management strategies. By raising awareness, we aim to destigmatize migraines, encourage early detection, and promote access to effective treatment options. Ultimately, empowering women to better manage their migraine symptoms is crucial for enhancing their overall health and quality of life.
June Bowel Cancer Awareness Month Bowel Cancer Awareness Month is a crucial campaign highlighting the importance of early detection and prevention of bowel cancer, particularly in women. Bowel cancer is the third most common cancer among women globally, and raising awareness about its signs, symptoms, and screening options is vital. By promoting awareness, encouraging regular screenings, and advocating for healthy lifestyle choices, we strive to reduce the incidence and mortality rates of bowel cancer in women. Together, we can make strides in improving women's health outcomes and saving lives through early detection and prevention measures.
2-8 June Tourettes Syndrome week Tourette Syndrome Week is an opportunity to shed light on the challenges faced by individuals, including women, living with Tourette syndrome. This neurological condition is characterized by involuntary movements and vocalisations called tics, which can significantly impact daily life and social interactions. By raising awareness during this week, we aim to foster understanding, empathy, and acceptance for those affected by Tourette syndrome, including women who may experience unique challenges and stigma. Through education, support, and advocacy, we can work towards creating a more inclusive and supportive environment for individuals with Tourette syndrome to thrive.
5-11 June World Allergy Week World Allergy Week highlights the importance of understanding and managing allergies, a significant concern for women's health. Allergies can affect women of all ages, impacting their quality of life and overall well-being. This week serves as a platform to raise awareness about common allergens, allergy prevention strategies, and available treatments. Additionally, it emphasises the role of healthcare professionals, including dietitians, in educating individuals about dietary modifications that can help manage allergies effectively. Dietitians play a crucial role in providing personalised nutrition guidance tailored to each individual's specific allergies and dietary needs, empowering women to make informed choices that support their health and well-being. Through education and collaboration with healthcare professionals like dietitians, we can improve allergy management and enhance women's overall health outcomes.
10-16 June International Mens Health Week During International Men's Week, it's important to recognize the valuable role women play in supporting men's health. Women often serve as partners, caregivers, friends, and family members to men, and their support can have a significant impact on men's well-being. Women can encourage the men in their lives to prioritise their health by promoting healthy lifestyle habits, encouraging regular check-ups and screenings, and providing emotional support. Additionally, women can advocate for men's health issues and help break down stigma surrounding seeking help for mental health concerns. By working together, women and men can create a supportive environment that fosters open communication about health concerns and encourages proactive steps towards maintaining optimal health and wellness.
June 19th Red Apple Day Red Apple Day is an annual event dedicated to raising awareness about bowel cancer, organised by Bowel Cancer Australia. It serves as a reminder of the importance of early detection and prevention of bowel cancer. During Red Apple Day, people are encouraged to wear red and participate in activities to support fundraising efforts for bowel cancer research, education, and support services. By promoting Red Apple Day, we aim to increase awareness about bowel cancer and encourage individuals to take proactive steps towards their own bowel health, such as participating in regular screenings and adopting a healthy lifestyle.
June 21 International Day of Yoga International Yoga Day celebrates the ancient practice of yoga and its myriad benefits, particularly for women's health. Yoga offers a holistic approach to wellness, addressing physical, mental, and emotional well-being. For women, yoga can provide numerous benefits: Stress Relief: Yoga techniques, including meditation and deep breathing, help reduce stress levels, promoting a sense of calm and relaxation. Improved Flexibility and Strength: Yoga poses (asanas) help improve flexibility and build strength, enhancing overall physical fitness and reducing the risk of injuries. Hormonal Balance: Certain yoga poses and practices can help regulate hormonal balance, which is especially beneficial for women experiencing hormonal fluctuations due to menstrual cycles, menopause, or other factors. Pain Management: Yoga can alleviate menstrual cramps, back pain, and other common sources of discomfort for women, providing natural pain relief through gentle movement and stretching. Mental Well-being: Regular yoga practice can enhance mental clarity, focus, and emotional resilience, helping women manage stress, anxiety, and depression more effectively. Improved Sleep Quality: Yoga promotes relaxation and helps calm the mind, leading to better sleep quality and overall sleep hygiene for women. Enhanced Body Awareness: Through mindful movement and breath awareness, yoga cultivates a deeper connection between the body and mind, fostering body acceptance and self-love. Overall, incorporating yoga into their routine can empower women to nurture their physical, mental, and emotional well-being, leading to a happier, healthier life.

Media and Advertising Enquiries

Write-ups, Stories & Feature articles

All journalists or media agencies wanting to do a write-up or feature article please contact to further discuss the content and topic of the write-up and article, which publication this will appear in, and book a suitable date and time to meet.



All journalists and media outlets wanting to do a private interview with one of her MEDICAL onsite General Practitioners, please contact to further discuss and book a date and time.

Once the date is booked, and at the doctor’s discretion, you may be required to submit any questions involving the topic of discussion prior to the interview for the doctor to review.

Advertising Opportunities

her MEDICAL has partnered with digital services that offer advertising on the external digital billboard located on Ferry Road directly in front of her MEDICAL facility where vendors will receive maximum exposure on a main high-traffic road. Ferry Road is well-known on the Gold Coast and the digital board is visible to over 40,000 cars passing by each day.

The difference between the billboard located in front of her MEDICAL and other digital billboards seen around the Gold Coast is this digital billboard is limited and exclusive to the medical and wellbeing industry.

For further information and to receive a media kit, please contact to further discuss.