Morrison government 'hasn't done enough' to bring doctors to the area, says Gilmore MP Fiona Phillips

Grace Crivellaro
By Grace Crivellaro
Updated June 15 2021 - 5:50am, first published 5:45am
NOT ENOUGH GPS: Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese and Gilmore MP Fiona Phillips criticised the Morrison governments Stronger Rural Health Strategy which doesn't take into account Nowra and surrounding towns as a priority area for GPs.

Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese and Gilmore MP Fiona Phillips said they will be asking the Health Minister "serious questions" about how non-Distribution Priority Areas are determined on the South Coast amid concerns of doctor shortages.

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Grace Crivellaro

Grace is a reporter for the South Coast Register.