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Street Side Medics, the mobile medical service founded by 2022 Young Australian of the Year Dr Daniel Nour to provide free health and medical care to the homeless, is delivering one of its medical vans to Lismore today.

From 10am Saturday 12 March, the van will be operational as a temporary hub for local GPs whose facilities have been impacted by the floods to consult with patients in need of care (eg prescription consultation, ongoing health issue consultation, minor injury consultation and more).

The van will be located outside The Lismore Clinic, 185 Molesworth St, Lismore.


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