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When you live and work in the city, you don’t often stop to think about the challenges of accessing help in an emergency.

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We’ll always be thankful that the Flying Doctor was there when I needed help.

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An aircraft with RFDS logo. A patient is lying on a wheeled stretcher, being pushed by a person wearing a high-visibility jacket.

For a baby born at just 24 weeks, there’s a 40 per cent chance that the baby will not survive.

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A young woman smiles. She is standing next to two horses.

Brooke suffered multiple fractures to her skull, requiring emergency brain surgery over 2,000 kilometres away in Adelaide.

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The Operations Coordination team work 24/7, managing around 150 phone calls each day.

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Currently, less than 10 per cent of Australians who suffer a cardiac arrest outside of a hospital survive – less in remote areas.

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