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Outback still needs greater access to health care

07 Apr 2021

Giving all Australians a fair go – and a healthy go – still means overcoming the tyranny of distance, said leading RFDS physicians on World Health Day.

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Your support keeps country communities alive

31 Mar 2021

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Show someone you’re thinking of them with a thoughtful ‘Gift of Support’

16 Mar 2021

Through the Flying Doctor shop, you can give a ‘Gift of Support’ to your loved one, the perfect virtual gift for someone who likes to make a difference.

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Royal North Show Hospital

The Flying Doctor is the safety net for all outback Aussies

16 Mar 2021

“I think making regular gifts to the Flying Doctor is so rewarding, it’s such a great organisation and such a worthwhile cause.”

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Return and Earn

Save lives by recycling your bottles and cans as the Flying Doctor partners with Return and Earn

16 Mar 2021

The Flying Doctor is grateful to have been selected as a major donation partner of the TOMRA Return and Earn Scheme recycling program

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Base

Flying Doctor marks 20 years of Base operations at Dubbo

16 Mar 2021

Since opening, and despite challenges such as the COVID-19 pandemic, Royal Flying Doctor Service (South Eastern Section) (RFDSSE) Dubbo Base operations have moved from strength to strength for two decades.

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Fire

Flying Doctor says ‘we’ve got your back’ after Tibooburra fire

16 Mar 2021

Two RFDS medical teams attended and evacuated the injured from the scene of a fire in the northwest corner of New South Wales. Our assistance didn’t stop there, with mental health teams providing a longer-term commitment of support to a community in crisis.

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NO ONE SHOULD FACE ILLNESS ALONE

16 Mar 2021

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Your support can mean the difference between life and death in remote communities

16 Mar 2021

For 10 years Kathy struggled to live a normal life. She suffered debilitating and unexplained pain in her pelvis, lower back and abdomen, and felt extremely tired. Eventually she was diagnosed with severe endometriosis and almost died when she developed rare complications from her treatment.

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