ANU Medical School students learn about rural practice in the Bega Valley

Denise Dion
Updated May 9 2023 - 5:18pm, first published October 25 2022 - 12:30pm
ANU medical student Vanessa Yiu with Dr Duncan MacKinnon, of Bega Valley Medical Practice and Josephine Quintero of Melbourne who took the opportunity to have her blood pressure checked while holidaying in Merimbula in October 2022. Picture by Denise Dion
ANU medical student Vanessa Yiu with Dr Duncan MacKinnon, of Bega Valley Medical Practice and Josephine Quintero of Melbourne who took the opportunity to have her blood pressure checked while holidaying in Merimbula in October 2022. Picture by Denise Dion

Programs run by the ANU for medical students aim not only to encourage more students to take up careers in rural areas but also to dispel some of the myths around working in a country practice.

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Denise Dion

Denise Dion

Senior Journalist

Regional daily news journalist on the Far South Coast of NSW. Contact me on 0418 213 780 or at denise.dion@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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