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Title: Palmerston Health Precinct redevelopment
Authors: Banscott Pty. Ltd.
Issue Date: May-2008
Publisher: DHF
Abstract: This scoping study on the Palmerston Super Clinic was commissioned by DHF. On 26 August 2007 during the lead up to the Federal Election, Labor announced the investment of $220M for the establishment of GP Super Clinics in local communities to ensure more access to doctors, nurses, specialists and allied health professionals all in one centre. The commitment was to provide infrastructure funding to establish a greater range of convenient and high quality services in local communities and particularly in regional and rural areas where Medicare is not fully utilised due to workforce shortages. On 1 September 2007 Palmerston was named as one of the first recipients of the Super Clinic with a commitment of up to $10M for the “creation of a GP Super Clinic…..to provide better health services to Top End families”.
Description: A small amount of commercial-in-confidence information has been censored from this document.
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Type: Technical Report
Subjects: Primary health care
Access
After hours services
Palmerston
Community health services
Comprehensive health care
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