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