Refugee health clinic thrives amid bulkbilling shortage

By Farid Farid
Updated February 22 2024 - 6:05am, first published 6:00am
(L-R) Dr Amireh Fakhouri, Dr Lester Mascarenhas and interpreter Francis work in refugee health. (James Ross/AAP PHOTOS)
(L-R) Dr Amireh Fakhouri, Dr Lester Mascarenhas and interpreter Francis work in refugee health. (James Ross/AAP PHOTOS)

When Dr Amireh Fakhouri asked her patient about her chest pain, she did not expect to hear about her being raped by the Myanmar military or her husband being killed right in front of her.

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