RAHC Achieves 2000 Placements

20/8/2013
On August 6th, 2013, The Hon. Warren Snowdon, former Minister for Indigenous Health, celebrated RAHC’s 2000th health professional placement in remote Northern Territory Indigenous communities. To read the full media release, please visit the RAHC website news feed.

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

4/8/2017

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.

RAHC registered nurses are encouraged to enrol for the Pharmacotherapeutics course

28/7/2017
The next Pharmacotherapeutics online course by the Centre for Remote Health will commence on Monday, 4 September 2017. We encourage our registered nurses to consider enrolling in this nine-week online course, designed for nurses who work in or are planning to work in remote areas.

RAHC announces new appointments to support HPs in the Territory

27/7/2017

We are pleased to announce two new appointments within the RAHC team.

Aaron Richardson, formerly RAHC’s Clinical Manager and Acting Northern Territory (NT) Manager, has permanently been appointed to the position of NT Manager. Tony Lane has recently been appointed as the Clinical Coordinator for Central Australia and Barkly.

Introducing RAHC’s new Clinical Coordinator for Central Australia and Barkly

26/7/2017
We would like to welcome Tony Lane, our new Clinical Coordinator for Central Australia and Barkly, who joined us earlier this month.

NAIDOC Week: Blind elder's crusade to reduce diabetes in Indigenous communities

18/7/2017

Bundjalung-Biripi elder Mary Hooker is on a mission to reduce the rate of diabetes in Indigenous communities after she was declared legally blind.

Thirty-seven per cent of Indigenous adults have diabetes, and 13 per cent have already lost vision, according to the 2015 report by the University of Melbourne Indigenous Eye Health Unit Indigenous Eyehealth.

RAHC appoints Aaron Richardson as Acting NT Manager

30/5/2017

RAHC’s Clinical Manager, Aaron Richardson, has become the company’s Acting NT Manager until July 2017.

Farewell to Genevieve Lewis – RAHC Clinical Coordinator for Central Australia and Barkly

29/5/2017

RAHC’s Clinical Coordinator for Central Australia and the Barkly region, Genevieve Lewis, has decided on a change of pace by leaving her full-time position at RAHC after five-plus years in the role.  Genevieve has been instrumental in supporting the entire team and the Board of RAHC and will be greatly missed.

RAHC sends its 1,000th new-to-remote urban health professional to the NT

24/5/2017

On Tuesday 2nd May 2017, we sent our 1000th new-to-remote health professional, Ellenie Palmer, Oral Health Therapist from Newcastle, NSW into a remote Indigenous community in the Northern Territory (NT). Special thanks to Nikki Dargan from the NT Department of Health for sharing the occasion with our team in Darwin.

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