Rural pharmacies fill gap left by doctor shortages

Temporary measures allowing community pharmacists to provide one-month supply of a patient's regular medication when they can’t get a script should be made permanent, argues rural group While COVID-19 and the earlier bushfires have led to some positive measures across rural healthcare, “much more can be done” says the Rural Pharmacy Network Australia (RPNA). For

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