Placement begins in Parkes for first student doctors from School of Rural Medicine at Charles Sturt University

Christine Little
Updated February 28 2023 - 3:25pm, first published February 13 2023 - 7:00am
Oscar Ricardo from Walgett, clinical director for Lachlan Dr Damien Limberger, Lachlan Health Service manager Rach Ellem, Jessica Skelly from Crookwell, Adish Yapa from Broken Hill, Miranda Eyb of Cudal, Dr Kerrie Stewart and Chloe Johnston from Mittagong. Picture by Christine Little
Oscar Ricardo from Walgett, clinical director for Lachlan Dr Damien Limberger, Lachlan Health Service manager Rach Ellem, Jessica Skelly from Crookwell, Adish Yapa from Broken Hill, Miranda Eyb of Cudal, Dr Kerrie Stewart and Chloe Johnston from Mittagong. Picture by Christine Little

The first student doctors from Charles Sturt University in Orange have started their placements in rural locations, with five of them working from Parkes through our district for the next three years.

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Christine Little

Christine Little

Parkes Champion Post editor

I love sharing people's stories, particularly local stories that are special and important to the people of Parkes. If there is one thing I have learnt in my 10 years of community journalism, it's that stories are everywhere. All it takes is a good story teller to make it worth reading. Email: christine.little@parkeschampionpost.com.au