Sandra Stephenson is a Dental Assistant from Torquay in Victoria. Sandra has undertaken three RAHC placements including one where she visited a number of remote communities in East Arnhem Land.
Being able to look after a child in the night and save their eardrum is just one of the many experiences Odette Lakatos, a 52 year-old nurse from Sydney, recalls when describing her experiences of working for RAHC in the Northern Territory.
Lisa Dunn has been a Dental Assistant for seven years, working in private practice in Hobart. She became involved with RAHC in October 2009 and her first placement in the Northern Territory was at Elcho Island working in the Ngalkanbuy Clinic.
Larry King began working in remote Indigenous communities in 2007 through a nursing agency. He has also nursed overseas.
A job ad in CRANAplus spurred Glen Innes Registered Nurse Kim Henderson to take the plunge and apply for a remote nursing position.
Melbourne-based General Practitioner, Dr Francis Leung, has completed seven three-week placements in the Northern Territory for RAHC.
Nurse Julie Westaway, based in Toowoomba, QLD, recently completed a four-week placement in the Northern Territory for RAHC.
From Melbourne to Imanpa - Elissa Rowe's RAHC story
Melbourne-based Registered Nurse Elissa Rowe recently completed a RAHC placement in Imanpa, two hours from Alice Springs.