Winning dentist of the 2022 Credabl Helping Hand Grants announced

2022 Credabl Helping Hand Grants winners
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Specialist medical lender Credabl has revealed the five recipients of the 2022 Credabl Helping Hand Grants, after receiving over 440 heartfelt applications and nominations from medical, dental and vet practices, and the healthcare community. Among them is dentist Dr Sara Lassemillante, of Edge Dental Care, NSW.

Applications were judged based on their 150-word submission answering how a Helping Hand Grant could help their practice.

Stafford Hamilton, Credabl CEO and co-founder, said it was incredibly hard for the judging panel to select only five recipients. The applications shared heartfelt stories of hardship and loss, and ongoing challenges from drought, bushfires, floods, and the pandemic. But among the mix, there were also ambitious growth plans, as well as the need to acknowledge amazing teams and dedicated staff.

“Medical, dental and veterinary practices continue to be hardworking, regardless of what’s going on in world so we must ensure we shine a light on the amazing work that they do for us and our communities,” Hamilton said.

“Congratulations to all the winners and thank you again to everyone who applied or nominated a deserving practice. We look forward to sharing the stories of our grant recipients with the broader community in the coming months.”

The other 2022 Helping Hand Grant recipients are:

  • Dr Sam Schneider and Dr Carla Schneider, Monocle Optometry, WA
  • Dr John Hammond, Riverland Veterinary Practice, SA
  • David McIntosh, ENT Specialists, QLD
  • Dr Brad Viljoen, Main Street Veterinary Clinic, VIC

The 2022 Helping Hand Grants kicked off on 1 September, designed to support practice growth, showcasing the amazing contributions occurring in local communities, and to help drive patient numbers and engagement. The grants are valued over $10,000 and awarded to up to five medical practices around Australia across the medical, dental and veterinary professions.

Each grant includes a cash incentive, practice growth and management coaching from industry partners including Health Business Network, Prime Practice and Vettr; a Delonghi Nespresso coffee machine, 50,000 Qantas Points* for the grant recipient business and a digital guidebook filled with great tips to help boost patient numbers.

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