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Covid 19 coronavirus: How pandemic is helping search for Whanganui GPs – New Zealand Herald

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Whanganui Regional Health Network CEO Jude MacDonald.The search for new doctors for the Whanganui region is being aided unexpectedly by Covid-19.
The Whanganui Regional Health Network is working to address a projected shortage of GPs in the next five years as 50 per cent of the region’s GP workforce prepares to retire.
CEO Jude MacDonald says the network has created salaried positions for GPs who don’t want to buy a business interest in a general practice or set up their own practice, in the hope…

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