A suburban ‘doctor desert’

Report reveals the travel times to access doctors in the outer suburbs of Australia's cities  The average distance to the nearest doctor is more than 9km in some outer metropolitan areas of Australia's cities, according to a new report. Data from the Australian Urban Observatory said that these urban fringe areas tend to have worse

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