From short-term RAHC placements to a full-time role in the NT – Dental Therapist, Natalie Bright shares her story


Victorian dental therapist Natalie Bright is enjoying a 12-month contract with the Northern Territory Department of Health (NT DoH) after completing two three-week placements with RAHC

Natalie, 48, is working for the NT DoH’s Central Australian Health Service in Alice Springs and with school-based clinics, which will also see her travel to remote communities.

There is hope

Dr Jill Bestic, a regular RAHC team member, shares with us a brief reflection of her experience from a recent placement in the NT.

Making a real difference in closing the gap - Feature in The Health Advocate

Feature in The Health Advocate on Dr Margaret Niemann recipient of the Annette Walker Award 2016

There is so much more to learn and talk about


Dr Bruce and Dr Jennifer Barker' story in CRANAPlus March 2017 issue

Working with the Remote Area Health Corps: A Fortunate Experience

Dr Bruce Barker and Dr Jennifer Barker's RAHC Story featured in Health Advocate Magazine - April 2017 issue

There is so much more to learn and talk about – General Practitioner, Dr Bruce Barker shares his and his wife Dr Jennifer Barker’s experience


I have been a GP for 35 years now, and for most of this time, we have been in minor centres,

Popular RAHC GP, Dr Russell Soppitt, has retired from practice


Popular GP and regular RAHC placement, Dr Russell Soppitt, has announced his retirement after practicing medicine since 1970.

RAHC's new online tool to improve health care for people suffering from rare disease


New online resource for health professionals to understand Machado Joseph Disease (MJD) was launched at Parliament House in the presence of invited guests and media, in Darwin on 15 November, by the Hon. Warren Snowdon, Federal Member for Lingiari and Shadow Assistant Minister for Indigenous Health.

New-to-remote health professional in the rustic and beautiful community of Galiwin’ku


We received some wonderful pictures from one of our Senior Dental Therapists, Angela Rankin, who recently had her first placement in Galiwin'ku (Arnhem Region). “It was a fantastic experience working remote for the first time and I will be definitely doing more!” says Angela.

Perks of working remote!


When you join RAHC you are not only part of an effort towards improving Indigenous health in the Northern Territory, but also enjoy a change in working lifestyle from your regular urban setting.

Our RAHC health professional, Audiologist, Jana Fogarty shared some wonderful pictures that speak for themselves.