Team members at Hanrahan Health are determined to help locals in need by providing health services across clinics in Bowral, Crookwell and Goulburn.
One way the therapy provider does this is through the Clinic for Good, which offers clients free speech pathology, occupational therapy and allied health assistant therapy sessions on a Saturday morning once every three months.
The clinic aims to help clients get quality allied health services, and reduce financial obstacles and long waiting lists that can hinder access.
"One of the core values at Hanrahan Health is to make a difference every day," said founder and director Kate Hanrahan.
Hanrahan Health has assisted over 85 clients at no charge this year at the three clinics in the Highlands and Tablelands.
This is a total of over $9500 worth of complimentary therapy sessions.
"The team at Hanrahan Health report loving being able to volunteer their time to help the local community," Ms Hanrahan said.
"The clinic has a special feel to it, a real buzz.
"This buzz really helps our team remember why we do what we do, and inspires all of us to keep on trying, to show kindness and compassion in everything we do."
The Hanrahan Health clinic in Bowral has been named as a finalist in this year's Southern Highlands Local Business Awards.
If you know someone who would benefit from the next Clinic for Good, or know someone who might be interested in joining Hanrahan Health and volunteering quarterly next year as a health professional can contact Kate Hanrahan on email@example.com.
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