Why GPs don't want to work in rural hospitals
Dr Nebras Yahya has been trying to find a doctor for more than two years to work with him in the NSW rural town of Gulgong.
Along with another GP, Dr Yahya provides care for the town’s 2500 residents. But he is the only doctor on call at the four-bed hospital, the Gulgong Multipurpose Service (MPS).
“It’s hard work, it’s a difficult role” he tells