Blayney bucks the trend with a full complement of doctors available

Mark Logan
By Mark Logan
Updated June 28 2022 - 11:25pm, first published 1:00am
Dr Vijayakumer (second right) with family members at the opening of the Carcoar Medical Centre in 2019.

Dozens of small towns around NSW are at risk of not having a single GP to call upon, but despite Blayney, Carcoar and Millthorpe being represented in data collated by the Western Primary Health Network, only one of them is currently undergoing a shortage of doctors.


Mark Logan

Mark Logan


Started working in newspapers in the 1990's in the darkroom of the Pastoral Times in Deniliquin before moving to Millthorpe in 2003. Soon after arriving I started as a photographer at the CWD. Now a journalist at the Blayney Chronicle.