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April 2017


Transcript of Melbourne Doorstop

27 April 2017

Transcript

Transcript of Minister for Health, Greg Hunt's Melbourne doorstop regarding the opening of Holmesglen Private Hospital, $5.9 million for prostate cancer nurses, the Australian Olympic Committee, and the Federal Budget, on 27 April 2017.


New headspace centre for Whyalla

27 April 2017

Media release

The Australian Government will establish a new headspace mental health service in Whyalla, South Australia to provide ongoing support to young people in the region.


Turnbull Government to deliver $6 million for prostate cancer nurses

27 April 2017

Media release

The Australian Government is providing almost $6 million to continue support for prostate cancer specialist nurses in 15 locations across Australia, with a focus on regional areas.


New campaign to encourage further childhood vaccination

23 April 2017

Media release

The Australian Government is rolling out a new $5.5 million immunisation awareness campaign to encourage Australian parents and carers to get their kids vaccinated.


Transcript of interview with Carrie Bickmore on Channel Ten program The Project

19 April 2017

Transcript

Transcript of Minister for Health, Greg Hunt's inteview with Carrie Bickmore on Channel Ten program The Project speaking about brain cancer funding.


Budget to deliver telehealth boost for rural psychological services

19 April 2017

Media release

People living in rural and remote regions of Australia will get the same access to psychologists as those living in our major cities, under a new telehealth initiative set to roll out later this year.


Transcript of Doorstop interview at Northbridge Medical Practice, Sydney, NSW.

13 April 2017

Transcript

Transcript of Minister for Health, Greg Hunt, and Department of Health Chief Medical Officer, Brendon Murphy, doorstop interview at Northbridge Medical Practice, Sydney, NSW on 13 April 2017.


2017 influenza vaccines now available

13 April 2017

Media release

Vaccinations to protect Australians against four strains of this year’s influenza virus are now available – and are free of charge to those most at risk of getting sick this flu season.


Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games – one year to go

04 April 2017

Media release

On 4 April 2018 around 6600 athletes and team officials, from 70 nations and territories, will arrive on Queensland’s Gold Coast for the 2018 Commonwealth Games.


Transcript of Inteview on FIVEaa with Leon Byner

04 April 2017

Transcript

Transcript of Minister for Health, Greg Hunt's inteview on FIVEaa with Leon Byner speaking about public hospitals incentivising patients to use their private health insurance.


Transcript of Press Conference - Announcement of the first 40 Local Drug Action Teams

03 April 2017

Transcript

Transcript of Minister for Health, Greg Hunt's press conference at Frankston Hospital, Victoria announcing the first 40 Local Drug Action Teams on 3 April 2017.


Free moves for girls at YMCA

03 April 2017

Media release

The Australian Government’s Girls Make Your Move campaign and the YMCA have teamed up to give girls and young women a great opportunity to get active.


Local Drug Action Teams rolling out across Australia to battle the scourge of ice

03 April 2017

Media release

Community groups across Australia are joining forces under an Australian Government plan to deliver targeted local action to help tackle drug use and addiction.


Transcript of Press Conference and Doorstop

01 April 2017

Transcript

Transcript of Minister for Health, Greg Hunt's press conference and doorstop regarding free continuous glucose monitoring devices to eligible children and people under the age of 21 years with type 1 diabetes in Melbourne on 1 April 2017.


Free continuous glucose monitoring devices for young Australians

01 April 2017

Media release

From today, the Turnbull Government is providing free continuous glucose monitoring devices to eligible children and people under the age of 21 years with type 1 diabetes.

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