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08 Jan 2020
AMA President, Dr Tony Bartone, said today that local community GPs must be involved in future disaster and emergency planning to ensure primary health care is coordinated and ready when disasters like bushfires, floods, and storms devastate suburbs, towns, and farms.

Published: 08 Jan 2020

Dr Bartone, 3AW - GPs and children health

AMA Vice President Dr Tony Bartone, responds to calls for parents to visit GPs as the first point of call rather than emergency departments. Dr Bartone said GPs are well-placed to deal with such presentations.

AMA Vice President Dr Tony Bartone, responds to calls for parents to visit GPs as the first point of call rather than emergency departments. Dr Bartone said GPs are well-placed to deal with such presentations.