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Still NO commitment to a Level 4 Hospital

Local resident, Kylie Clark asks of the Member for Bega, Andrew Constance, "See the difference between Level 4 (what we are asking for)and what we currently have (level 2/3). We still don't have a commitment to level 4. "Our region does NOT have intensive care, nuclear medicine, acute stroke services, or oncology radiation, just to name a few essential services required by a community where the average age is 54 years old and 30% of the population is aged over 65. "Seeking a level 4 hospital is totally reasonable.

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