RACGP wants migration barriers broken

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Lengthy migration and registration processes need to be addressed to help attract suitably trained GPs to Australia, the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners believes  In a submission to the Joint Standing Committee on Migration, the RACGP noted that since 2020 international medical graduates represent 45% of all GPs in Australia.   The RACGP called

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