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Graphic: COVID 19: Responding to need

COVID 19: Responding to Need

23 Jul 2021

Since February 2020 the RFDS has been part of the front-line response to COVID, and is part of the vaccination roll-out.

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Eucla

WA Flying Doctor's first remote vaccination operation a success

28 May 2021

The Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) of Western Australia is proud to have completed its first remote COVID-19 vaccination operation across the Goldfields-Esperance region.

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NRW

Turning passion into action: National Reconciliation Week

27 May 2021

In marking National Reconciliation Week, it is with great pride that we share with you stories from our crews who give their everything, every day, to provide the finest care to our patients who live in the furthest corners of WA.

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Flying Doctor Memory Lane officially launches in Victoria.

Flying Doctor Memory Lane officially launches in Victoria.

26 May 2021

Following a successful donation drive back in February, RFDS Victoria’s new palliative care service, Memory Lane, launched this week.

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NRW

About Reconciliation Week 2021

26 May 2021

What is Reconciliation Week About? Why are the dates significant? What is the theme? Tell me about the Artwork? All Your NRW2021 Questions Answered here!

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VIFF

Reconciliation Week Virtual Film Festival

26 May 2021

Attend a Virtual Indigenous Film Festival featuring some amazing Indigenous films and interactive Q&A sessions after each film

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RFDS Palliative Care Nurse Abbe Rejack

Flying Doctor extends whole-of-life care through new palliative care program

26 May 2021

For the first time in its history, the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) (Queensland Section) is now trialing specialised palliative care services for people living in rural and remote Queensland.

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Rec Week

Reconciliation Week Ways to Get Involved

26 May 2021

Some great suggestions on ways to educate yoursef and support Aborigina & Torres Strait Islander artists this Recocniliation Week

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Aerial View of Country

Sorry Day

25 May 2021

Observed annually on 26 May, National Sorry Day remembers and acknowledges the mistreatment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who were forcibly removed from their families and communities, which we now know as ‘The Stolen Generations’.

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