Federal Election

Labor promises to build its first Medicare Urgent Care Clinic in Cessnock

Krystal Sellars
By Krystal Sellars
Updated April 14 2022 - 6:05am, first published 5:12am
CARE PLEDGE: Labor leader Anthony Albanese (pictured with Shortland MP Pat Conroy, Hunter candidate Dan Repacholi and Paterson MP Meryl Swanson) addresses the media outside Cessnock Hospital on Thursday morning. Picture: Krystal Sellars

Labor has pledged to fund 50 bulk-billed urgent care clinics across Australia if it wins government - and the first of these clinics will be in Cessnock.

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Krystal Sellars

Krystal Sellars

Senior Journalist

Krystal Sellars is the Senior Journalist at the Cessnock Advertiser. Born and raised in Cessnock, she started her journalism career at the Advertiser in 2006 after completing a Bachelor of Communication at the University of Newcastle. Contact her on krystal.sellars@cessnockadvertiser.com.au.

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