Dubbo and district men are again being offered free health checks.
The mherv (Men's Health Education Rural Van) is returning to the city on Saturday and Sunday, August 24 and 25.
Manning the van will be registered nurse Robert Woolley, who will conduct body mass, blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar tests.
About 60 Rotary clubs, including the Rotary Club of Dubbo West, support mherv in the knowledge that it has many times "saved someone from an early death".
"mherv was last in Dubbo in June last year, when nearly half of the men tested were advised to see their GP as soon as possible because the tests identified specific issues that needed treatment," a spokeswoman for the Rotary Club of Dubbo West said.
"Many of these had notably high blood pressure which often goes unnoticed until it's too late.
"If they had continued to be unaware of their condition, most of those men were headed for heart attacks."
The van will be at the Church Street rotunda from 10am to 4pm on August 24 and 8am to noon on August 25.