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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Readiness to respond

28 Apr 2021

RFDS with an Australian first qualification

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A great start for our bush babies

28 Apr 2021

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Elders supports RFDS

Elders back-to-back support for bush communities

26 Apr 2021

Elders Limited has boosted its investment in the wellbeing of bush communities with a three-year extension of its major sponsorship of the Flying Doctor.

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From ADF to RFDS - three staff share their stories

Shared values, sharing experience: from ADF to RFDS

22 Apr 2021

On Anzac Day, Australia reflects on the contribution of our armed services. Several former ADF personnel now work with the Royal Flying Doctor Service (South Eastern Section), bringing with them a unique professionalism and sense of duty.

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Speech Therapy

Flying Doctor Speech Therapy expands to the Loddon and Buloke Shires.

21 Apr 2021

In partnership with Inglewood District Health Service and East Wimmera Health Service (EWHS), Flying Doctor Speech Therapy has expanded to the Loddon and Buloke Shires of Victoria.

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RFDS flight nurse finalist in the 2020 Year of the Midwife and Nurse Awards

RFDS flight nurse named finalist in 2020 Year of the Midwife and Nurse Awards

20 Apr 2021

RFDS flight nurse Jeannette Spark has been named a finalist in the 2020 Year of the Midwife and Nursing Awards.

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RFDS Pilot Brady Thrift

Latest Flying Doctor Pilot born for the skies

19 Apr 2021

A love for the bush, a frequent flying mother and snake bite to the leg have all led to a young pilot landing his dream job with the Royal Flying Doctor Service (Queensland Section) (RFDS).

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RFDS Mobile Dental Service

RFDS bridges gap for rural dental care

08 Apr 2021

A new study has revealed the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) Dental Service produced more than $15 million of economic and social benefits for Queensland patients between 2013 and 2019.

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