No more support for Medicare Locals: AMA

The alliance immediately dismissed the research as being representative of only a small proportion of GPs and said MLs were earning their position as central to primary healthcare delivery.

It comes as the 1700 GPs and allied health workers employed by the 61 MLs anxiously await the outcome of a sweeping review of Labor’s $416 million program, ordered by Coalition Health Minister Peter Dutton.

The review, headed by former chief medical officer Professor John Horvath, is to report back in March. Mr Dutton, who has previously labelled MLs an

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