"Rural Generalists are in a good position to try something different within our communities. It shows faith in a community to invest in it in a different way, and it also gives us an opportunity to make the places we work more 'liveable'".
"For any Rural Generalist interested in moving into a leadership position, my advice is to take every opportunity you are afforded."
"Each couple is different, but we decided early on that we didn't want our training or career to mean we couldn't live together".
"Primary care, whilst not as sexy or prime time TV, is still the bedrock of rural generalism".
"The variety and flexibility of rural generalism is what makes it so great”.
"My calling has always been to return to country and work as a bush doctor".