Forget singing for supper, this town is singing for a GP

Residents in the small town are taking a creative approach to lure more doctors
Lydia Hales
Temora quack quest
Temora’s residents will sing and dance for their GPs. Photo: Blue Clay Video & Marketing Creatives

A small-town practice has made a creative attempt at solving its GP shortage, putting together a music video and publishing it online.

In a video posted on social media last week, residents of Temora, in the NSW Riverina, ask potential recruits to “picture a place where GPs are adored” as one of the perks of working in its community medical centre.