Janine Mohamed,  Martin Laverty and Geri Malone seated at the National Press Club in Canberra

On 22 November 2016, the National Rural Health Alliance presented it's first National Press Club Address, 'Fixing rural and remote health'.

Geri Malone Chair, National Rural Health Alliance, Janine Mohamed, CEO, CATSINaM and Martin Laverty, CEO, Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia presented key reform priorities for rural and remote health in Australia.

During CouncilFest 2016 five key priorities were agreed by Council to set the direction for the Alliance and to help create measurable objectives for rural and remote health.
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Early bird registration is now available for the 14th National Rural Health Conference in Cairns, 26-29 April 2017.  Register before 31 January 2017 to take advantage of this discounted rate.
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