Headspace admits it has a GP problem

The youth mental health provider has acknowledged it is struggling to recruit and retain doctors
Geir O'Rourke
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More than a quarter of Headspace centres have no GP and many of the rest only have one GP for one day a week, the youth mental health provider says.

Headspace was established in 2006 to provide young people with ‘one-stop shop’ early intervention care, including from GPs.