Rural doctors in South Australia cry out for more support

Stan Gorton
By Stan Gorton
Updated July 14 2021 - 5:09am, first published 4:30am
ISLAND ANNOUNCEMENT: Minister for Health and Wellbeing, Stephen Wade (left) chats with members of the Kangaroo Island Health Advisory Committee after announcing the acquisition of the Island Motel to expand health services. Photo: Stan Gorton

South Australia's leading doctors' groups have warned the state's rural towns will "wither and die" because of the state government's refusal to support rural general practitioners.

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Stan Gorton

Stan Gorton

Journalist

Walkley-nominated journalist based at The Islander on Kangaroo Island with an interest in the local community and the environment.