Full circle to Broken Hill: rural generalist GP Dr Joshua Crase returns to his childhood town
Realising that he preferred talking to people than to machines, Josh Crase relinquished his first passion for computing and switched to a medical career. The GAMSAT was a big challenge, but he got through first time and has remained true to rural medicine ever since. In fact, Josh has navigated his way through university to a busy career as a rural generalist GP without a single metropolitan placement. And now he’s come full circle, settling down in the town where he grew up – Broken Hill.