Inaugural CEO, Gordon Gregory has retired after 23 years of service to the NRHA.

“It is a huge challenge to replace a foundation CEO who has done so much to shape our organisation" Chair, Geri Malone said.

Caring for Country Kids pre-conference event
A special pre-Conference event in Alice Springs will consider some of the hard questions about the wellbeing of children in more remote parts of Australia. Standing up for Country Kids will develop recommendations about how best to give a voice to the needs of rural children. It is being held in the lead-up to the Caring for Country Kids conference in the Alice Springs Convention Centre (17-19 April).
The little book of rural health numbers
A recent report from the AIHW shows that some groups in Australia are at much higher risk of smoking or being exposed to second-hand smoke than others. They include Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, those living in remote or socioeconomically disadvantaged areas, and single parents with dependent children.
A World of Rural Health
In Canberra this week the Minister for Rural Health, Fiona Nash, formally launched what will be the most important public event of 2017 for rural, regional and remote health.