Trials of the Murrumbidgee model will be rolled out across the country, and may include Hunter New England Local Health district

Eva Baxter
Updated December 11 2022 - 9:19am, first published December 9 2022 - 5:30pm
NSW regional and rural health minister Bronnie Taylor and regional and rural health federal assistant minister Emma McBride, in Tamworth on Friday, are positive about the future of health in the region. Picture by Eva Baxter
NSW regional and rural health minister Bronnie Taylor and regional and rural health federal assistant minister Emma McBride, in Tamworth on Friday, are positive about the future of health in the region. Picture by Eva Baxter

A MODEL of healthcare targeting doctor shortages in the region will hang in the balance until the federal government begins a selection process.

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Eva Baxter

Eva Baxter

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Eva is a Northern Daily Leader journalist based in Tamworth. She covers health, politics, energy, arts & entertainment, business, community, and a bit of everything else.

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