AMA Rural Health Issues Survey 2019 open
Doctors working in regional, rural, and remote Australia are encouraged to take part in the AMA Rural Health Issues Survey 2019 to help shape rural health policy ahead of the upcoming Federal Election.
“Improving access to doctors for people who live in rural and regional areas must be a key priority for all political parties,” AMA President, Dr Tony Bartone, said today.
“The AMA wants to hear from all doctors working in regional, rural, and remote Australia about how to support better medical care for rural communities.
Published: 18 Mar 2019