Energetic entrepreneur Nicole Graham has faced a number of challengers in her career and personal life – but this go-getter has met each struggle head on and grown stronger as a result. She now dedicates her award-winning business to helping others and is planning a stint of community aid work.Details
A new medical ‘App’ developed in the Hastings by leading medical jewellery provide, Emergency ID Australia, has the ability to transform mobile phones into potentially life-saving devises.
The Emergency ID Medical Info App, launched recently on the Apple App Store, enables users to display their urgent medical information, such as allergies and emergency contact details, on the phone’s locked screen.
The App also provides a simple way to store, save, and share additional important medical details, such as medication dosages and history of procedures.Details
Emergency ID Australia’s Nicole Graham took out the prestigious HBWN Business Owner of the Year Award 2012
“The business has the largest range of medical jewellery and Emergency ID products in Australia and is the leader in the field.
The judges were impressed by Nicole’s tenacity and her overall approach and commitment to her business.”Details
We have conducted interviews with (in no particular order):
* ABC Radio Canberra – Genevieve Jacobs
* ABC Radio Gippsland – Brett Glover
* ABC Radio Mid North Coast – Cameron Marshall
* ABC Radio Central Coast – Scott Levi
* Voice FM – Robert Bath & Ron Woods
* Star FM – Leanne Stamps
* 2BC Radio Bathurst – Lucy Brennan
* Star FM 102.3 Mid North Coast – Digs & Nic
* Macquarie Regional Radio – Jennie-Mae Smyth
* 4LM Mount Isa & surrounds (North West)
* 4HI Central Highlands & Gemfields
* 4ZR Maranoa & Western Downs
* 4VL The Warrego & Greater South West
Medical Jewellery Awareness Month is conducted nationally throughout Australia to Raise awareness that thousands of people Australia wide wear or carry Emergency ID & Medical Jewellery because they need or want to tell Medical and Emergency Personnel something important about themselves.
Be aware – show you care! With all First Aid – Check for Emergency ID. It may hold the key for what is wrong & what the patient needs you to know.
Perhaps the person wearing or carrying Emergency ID Medical Jewellery needs to advise:
– Who they are
– Who they want contacted
Medical Jewellery has undergone major advancements over recent years, with thousands of Australians now wearing items that feature unique identification numbers providing access to on-the-spot health records and personal details via a 24 hour phone service.
Medical Jewellery Awareness Month involves a national training initiative for healthcare and emergency personnel, and a call-out to members of the public to check for medical jewellery in all first aid and emergency situations.Details
IT’S Medical Jewellery Awareness Month, reminding the community to be aware of emergency ID in a crisis.
Medical Jewellery, engravings on jewellery which detail health records and personal medical details, helps emergency service workers assess a patient’s allergies, reactions or special
conditions before treatment.
Director of Emergency ID Australia Nicole Graham said: “Medical jewellery is now attractive, comfortable and quite subtle, which is great news for the wearer, but also poses a challenge for emergency services, so education and awareness is the key.Details
MEDIA RELEASE – 16 AUGUST 2012 August is Medical Jewellery Awareness Month
Be aware – show you care – check for Emergency ID.
With the population ageing and allergies increasing, a growing number of Australians are choosing to wear medical jewellery featuring potentially lifesaving information; however, more needs to be done to ensure these details are discovered in emergency situations.Details
Nicole Graham is the founder and owner of Emergency ID Australia. Australia’s leader in Medical Jewellery and Emergency ID products, with the largest range and best quality, styles and service. They distribute to thousands in all areas and states – and it is right here in Wauchope!
Nicole is always very supportive of fundraising events for Cancer as she grew up with Cancer being a major part of her family’s life.