Health

Federal Treasurer slams state government claims of inadequate funding

Duncan Bailey
Updated May 23 2024 - 10:31am, first published May 22 2024 - 4:00pm
Brian Mitchell Lyons Labor, Jim Chalmers Federal Treasurer, talk with Dr Jerome Muir Wilson of The Urgent Care Clinic in Launceston. Picture by Paul Scambler
Brian Mitchell Lyons Labor, Jim Chalmers Federal Treasurer, talk with Dr Jerome Muir Wilson of The Urgent Care Clinic in Launceston. Picture by Paul Scambler

Federal Treasurer Jim Chalmers refuted the state government's claim that investment in Tasmania's health system was "grossly inadequate."

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Duncan Bailey

Duncan Bailey

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Passionate about all things happening in the North East focusing on health and science. Curtin University Alumni. Got a story? Get in touch: duncan.bailey@examiner.com.au

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