SUPPLIED | MARK BUTLER MP
HUNDREDS of junior Queensland doctors will have the chance to undertake training in regional and rural areas in a boost to the local health workforce thanks to the an Albanese Government program aimed at attracting doctors to careers in rural healthcare.
More than $17 million in funding has been provided to Queensland Health through the Albanese Government’s John Flynn Prevocational Doctor Program.
340 junior doctors across Queensland will have the opportunity to broaden their experience and skill base as part of a national program designed to boost doctor numbers in regional and rural areas.
The funding will allow junior do...
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