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Deputy Nationals Leader Keynote Speech on Rural Health

Senator Bridget McKenzie the Deputy Leader of The National Party and Minister for Rural Health, Sport and Regional Communications delivered a keynote speech to the Rural and Remote Health Scientific Symposium on Thursday.

The Minister said “People living in rural and regional Australia make an enormous contribution to our nation that often goes unrecognised or acknowledged, to our economy, to our cultural identity and our national character.

They deserve the same access to high-quality healthcare servicesas those living in capital cities”.

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