Case Study

Doctors for All

A not-for-profit that connects doctors and communities in rural and remote areas.

October 3, 2023
June 26, 2023

Doctors for All was a not-for-profit enterprise that delivers medical services, surgical programs and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples health initiatives to rural and remote areas. 

The program ran from 2010 to 2023 and helped more than 182 patients and performed 36 surgeries at clinics and services across Australia including at Rockhampton Hospital and Woorabinda. 

Medical services

Doctors for All was dedicated to stepping up our efforts to provide local doctor-led medical services for rural, and regional Australians. Through collaboration, cooperation and community empowerment we are working to make genuine progress in this area. 

Local surgery programs

Through Doctors for All we worked to develop new strategies to bring local surgery programs to remote and rural communities so we can treat Australians closer to home.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples health

Through Doctors for All and IRIS we collaborate with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to create positive health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples across Australia. IRIS continues to provide ophthalmology health services for indigenous patients in remote and regional Australia.

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