Federal Government’s Bailout Rescues Redcliffe Superclinic
In order to facilitate resurrection of the prospective clinic in Redcliffe, the Federal Government has reportedly sanctioned a multimillion-dollar aid of one of its much-desired and promising GP clinics in the region.
The $3.2 million funding will ensure that construction work of the Superclinics resumes within next few weeks and along with that, various novel GP services and facilities are likely to be accessible to the people in Redcliff by mid-2012.
The project's rebirth has followed the reports of "The Courier-Mail", which were unveiled last month. The reports disclosed that the construction work had stalled since the State Government refused to sign off on a loan related to the Queensland Treasury Corporation.
In the meantime, Health Minister Geoff Wilson summoned up the corruption watchdog among the diverse category of claims being made by financial improprieties, though the Crime and Misconduct Commission discovered that there were no substantial reasons for carrying out further investigations into the matter.
Nicola Roxon, the federal counterpart of Mr. Wilson's, who earlier delivered a Commonwealth watchdog following a spark in possibilities of legal action made by an unpaid builder, came forward to avoid failure of the Government's marquee initiative.
"The overriding desire for everyone has been to ensure that the Moreton Bay Integrated Care Centre is completed and opened", Ms. Roxon said.
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