June 09 2021
Since its inception in 2015, the Primary Health Network for the Hunter New England and Central Coast has increased primary care support services to our rural remote areas by $35 million.
Posted March 30, 2022
The Japanese Encephalitis virus has recently been identified in commercial piggeries in locations in NSW, Queensland, Victoria and South Australia. Local infection risks in NSW are likely highest among:
GPs are advised to consider the diagnosis of Japanese Encephalitis in patients presenting with fever, headache and signs of encephalitis. Further they should encourage all patients to protect themselves from mosquito bites.
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