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Graphic: RFDS Victoria launches new Facebook page

RFDS Victoria launches new Facebook page

11 May 2021

RFDS Victoria has launched its own dedicated Facebook page to highlight the stories and people that make up the Flying Doctor in Victoria, supporting positive social connection across the state.

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RFDS Tasmania appeal

The first day of a child's life shouldn't be their last

10 May 2021

Zac had a difficult start to life, but your support is what keeps families like his together. Find out how you can help children like Zac

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New RFDS Mount Isa Base

Public support needed for new Flying Doctor Base

10 May 2021

The Royal Flying Doctor Service (Queensland Section) (RFDS) is taking the next step in its statewide infrastructure plan, announcing today its plans for a new aeromedical base to service regional, rural and remote Queensland.

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The official opening of the new PTF

RFDS Toowoomba Patient Transfer Facility officially opened

07 May 2021

A new Royal Flying Doctor Service (Queensland Section) (RFDS) patient transfer facility was officially opened at Toowoomba City Aerodrome on Wednesday.

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Flying Doctor Day 2021

Flying Doctor Day set for take-off

07 May 2021

Help fly us further this Flying Doctor Day as we celebrate 93 years of providing an essential 'mantle of safety' to all who live, work and travel throughout Western Australia on Monday 17 May.

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Like RFDS Central Operations Facebook

'Like' the new RFDS Central Operations Facebook page

07 May 2021

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John-Flynn-Darwin

Making Tracks

06 May 2021

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PC24 plane flying

Flying Doctor ‘Most Trusted Charity’ 2021

01 May 2021

The Royal Flying Doctor Service has today been announced as Australia’s ‘Most Trusted Charity’ based on Australian Reader's Digest Trusted Brands’ survey of 2021.

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Les Noad

RFDS jet deployed for time-critical mission

29 Apr 2021

With three significant blockages in the arteries pumping blood to his heart, doctors at Broome Hospital told Les Noad that he wouldn't make it through the night unless he could get to specialised care in Perth as soon as possible.

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