Don Dale's doctor on why its troubled patients need Medicare

Dr Andrew Webster is urging the Federal Government to contribute to the health care of those held in youth detention

Footage of Dylan Voller tied to a restraining chair inside the Don Dale Youth Detention Centre still lingers in Australia's collective conscience.

His hooded face became a symbol of the NT's badly broken youth detention system and triggered a royal commission.

But of the resulting 200 recommendations made, one has been rejected: the call for Medicare to help fund detention centre health care.

Danila Dilba, the Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service, has been lobbying