An overview on the size of the rural and remote population and the current deficit in health spending in rural and remote Australia.
The $112 million deficit in rural and remote mental health spending has very real impacts on rural and remote Australians attempting to access quality, professional care for diagnosis, treatment... more
Regardless of whether you live in a city or in remote Australia, you are equally as likely to suffer from Heart Disease or Type 2 Diabetes. To get the best possible outcomes you will need a range... more
People in rural and remote areas are significantly over-represented in the number of deaths and serious injuries on our roads. Country people are three times more likely to die as a result of a... more
Rates of mental illness do not vary much across the country - about 20 per cent of Australians had a mental health problem in the past 12 months. However Medicare expenditure per person is much... more
Spot your community – and see why rural and remote Australia is a great place to live. More than 7 million people live outside the cities and their resilience and resourcefulness is a source of... more