Regional and rural NSW health inquiry hears from Riverina representatives

Emily Wind
By Emily Wind
Updated October 6 2021 - 9:32am, first published 8:30am
VIRTUAL HEARINGS: A number of healthcare and community representatives from across the Riverina spoke to a state inquiry online on Wednesday to raise their concerns about the local health system. Pictures: NSW Parliament

Hospitals across the Riverina have seen a widespread decline in services, with noticeable staffing issues creating barriers to care and leaving volunteers to fill gaps in the healthcare system, a state inquiry has heard.

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Emily Wind

Emily Wind

Journalist

Originally from Lake Macquarie, Emily kickstarted her journalism career in Tumut before moving to the Daily Advertiser in Wagga where she covers Health and Features. Got a story tip? Email emily.wind@austcommunitymedia.com.au, or call 0457 459 095.

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