Rural Health Network is delighted they will be on a more equal footing with Australia when recruiting overseas doctors. A successful challenge by Hauora Taiwhenua means rural general practices are now eligible for up to $20,000 relocation costs to help recruit overseas doctors. Rural Health Network spokesperson Dr Grant Davidson says Doctors applying to work in rural primary-care practices now qualify for the relocation allowance.
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