Published Articles

The small-town practice facing $100k Medicare funding cut

A new modelling system is causing headaches for a remote practice with no town water or sewerage.
25 January 2019

Tristar could start charging patients amid rural doctor shortage

Locating a doctor who will work in the bush is like 'finding a unicorn', says CEO.
14 November 2018

GP corporate accused of holding rural town to ransom over medical records

Tristar wants $100,000 to cover the cost of handing over patient records.
13 March 2018

Can this doctor make peace between the GP colleges?

Professor Paul Worley, the nation's first Rural Health Commissioner, is tasked with answering a question that has divided GPs for decades.
24 October 2017

ACRRM in 'compact' negotiations with government

If successful, it would make the rural college just the second to enter such an agreement.
05 October 2017

War-scarred refugees fight to keep Arabic-speaking GP

A group of refugee women are fighting to keep their GP from being forced onto a rural training program, saying she is the only local doctor who makes them feel “comfortable and safe”.
25 September 2017