MyHealth1st Ambassadors

Peter Blasina

Peter Blasina
(The Gadget Guy)
As Australia’s trusted GadgetGuy™,Peter Blasina has been de-mystifying and explaining technology to consumers for more than 25 years.The Gadget Guy is a regular technology commentator on a broad range of TV and radio stations nationally. Over the past few years Pete has been invited to be an Ambassador for a number of consumer technologies, such as Blu-ray, Digital Radio, Cyber Safety, the NBN and is currently Telstra’s Technology Ambassador. He is also Technology Ambassador for the new online Healthcare Booking Site well, the popular GadgetGuy Website has become a valuable resource for the tens of thousands of consumers who visit the site when they are researching a broad range of gadgets prior to purchase. Peter contributes a blog to the site, is an integral part of the site’s “Naked Geeks” Podcast and presents a wide range of product analysis and updates on the site.

Peter writes and speaks extensively on the rapidly changing landscape of technological innovation and change, defining its impact on business and consumers. In addition, he reviews and analyses a broad range of communications, computer, video, multimedia, entertainment and lifestyle products.

Recently the Gadget Guy has spoken in many Primary and High Schools around the country on the importance of Cyber Safety. Peter has also been actively involved with Telstra’s Connected Elders Program, that is designed to bridge the technology divide in Aboriginal Communities.

Dr. Ross Walker

Dr. Ross Walker
(Eminent Practising Cardiologist)
Dr. Ross Walker is an eminent practicing cardiologist with a passion for people and health.

Considered one of the world’s best keynote speakers and life coaches, he is the author of seven books (all of which have been best sellers).

Dr. Walker is also a regular presenter on the Nine Network’s TODAY Show, A CURRENT AFFAIR, and has most recently appeared as the medical expert on EXCESS BAGGAGE.

He also presents on radio stations 2UE, 6PR, 4BC and 3AW.

Over the past 20 to 30 years we have seen the emergence of the wellness industry – offering ‘wellness’ in many forms.

Wellness centres, health magazines, internet sites and a variety of products promise cures for everything from wrinkles to Alzheimer’s disease and even haemorrhoids.

Throughout the world people are spending millions of hard earned dollars each day on these products and services, hoping to look younger, feel younger and live longer.

But does any of this stuff work or is it just a sham?

Dr Ross Walker brings over 30 years of medical experience to the must have health resource for men and women of all ages!