The Centre for Remote Health is a jointventure between Flinders University and Charles Darwin University in the Northern Territory. The centre is an integral part of both of the universities’ Departments of Rural Health (UDRH) which have the stated aim of improving the health status of populations in rural and remote areas by appropriate preparation of the health workforce. This foundation work has been designed to improve recruitment and retention levels in remote and rural communities across Australia. This is funded by the Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing .
The Centre is primarily located in Alice Springs but there are also satellite centres in Katherine and Darwin; all of these are in Australia’s Northern Territory. Whilst the centre is primarily focussed on the Northern Territory, it also extends its reach into northern South Australia and eastern Western Australia.
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