Rare GP who’s sticking around for a while

Senior medical officer Joshua Dally with wife Ruth and children Hadassah and Kaleb.

IT’S BEEN 14 years since the town had a resident doctor. South African Bertie Huskisson left in 2005 after four-and-half years, just long enough to gain his Medicare provider number through a scheme that obliged international medical graduates to serve a spell in remote hospitals.

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