The Health News – 20 January 2014


Overview

  • A town in central western Queensland is hoping to see an upgrade of its hospital by the end of the year.
  • Central Queensland town in Theodore is thankful to have access to health services in a proper medical facility for the first time since the 2011 floods.
  • Australian Competition and Consumer Commission they said it’s decision to blocked the New South Wales hunter valley’s largest diagnostic imaging services provider for buying a failed competitor, will keep process fair for patient.
  • Law firm Maurice Blackburn says underpaid intellectually disabled workers have been made an unfair offer by the Federal Government.
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