rural, remote and Indigenous Australians now have access to a local on-the-ground GP clinic and health service who would have otherwise missed out.
proportion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients of RARMS Health.
increase in annual patient consultations delivered to rural, remote and Indigenous patients since the year before the formation of RARMS (2000).
reduction in hospital emergency department attendances in RARMS's rural, remote and Indigenous towns by expanding access to primary care for low acuity patients.
self-reported patient satisfaction with RARMS GP and health services.
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