University of Newcastle health economist shoots down calls to split the Hunter New England health district into two

Gabriel Fowler
Updated August 2 2022 - 5:14am, first published July 27 2022 - 8:00pm
CALLS FOR MORE: Armidale Regional Council Mayor Sam Coupland, Inverell Shire Deputy Mayor Kate Dight, New England Visions 2030 Convenor Maria Hitchcock OAM, Northern Tablelands MP Adam Marshall, Uralla Shire Mayor Robert Bell, Glen Innes Severn Council Mayor Rob Banham, NSW Nurses & Midwives Association Armidale Branch President Michelle Chappell and Secretary Warren Isaac. Picture: Supplied

CALLS to split the Hunter New England health district in two are politically-based with no clear gains for affected communities, according to health economist Francesco Paolucci.

Gabriel Fowler

Gabriel Fowler

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