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I remember Grandpa Larry’s visits remarkably vividly. He would lumber into the house hunched over, grunting loudly and reeking of cigarettes.

He was unshaven and haggard, with wild grey-black hair

Dr Ben Gold19th March 2019

DOCTORS across Queensland have been quick to help their colleagues after floodwaters left 75% of the state a disaster zone.
AMA Queensland has received around 45 offers of help from medical

I LIVE half way up a steep street whose end is now dipped in the Brisbane River.
I used to overlook a kilometre of parkland, in which you could walk to get river views. No need now – the views have

QUEENSLAND general practices stricken by the floods will have access to up to $25,000 in recovery grants to rebuild their practices – however, GPs are claiming the money will be “a drop in the ocean”.

AS the full toll of the Queensland floods becomes clearer, GP groups are working closely with officials to ensure flood victims will have all their health needs met.
The Federal Health Department

The AMA Queensland has called for assistance in coordinating the GP response to flooding in Brisbane.
The below is a press release outlining plans and providing contact details.
AMA Queensland is

AN online blog by Anne Chater, the wife of Dr Bruce Chater – resident doctor in the flooded Queensland town of Theodore – shows it all in vivid detail.
The blog features a photo of the desk where

DOCTORS across Queensland have banded together to help provide critical medical services to people affected by the floods.
Yesterday, AMA Queensland set up a Flood Medical Response Team that will work

AS the devastation and human tragedy of the Queensland floods continues to unfold, down in Marysville, Victoria, GP Dr Lachlan Fraser can empathise more than most.
In early 2009, Dr Fraser lost both

AS Queenslanders brace for further flooding across the state, doctors in the state's north have begun to rebuild what is left of their practices and homes.
Former ACRRM president and Theodore GP Dr

THE RDAA is calling on the Federal, NSW and Queensland governments to provide emergency assistance to allow practices inundated by floods to reopen their doors.
The call follows extraordinary flash