Edie Rayner has written a second letter, again pleading for a permanent doctor in Kimba. Related Story: Who will replace retiring regional GPs? Concerns about a lack of options for cancer patients have prompted a nine-year-old girl to plead once again for a doctor to set up practice in her small South Australian town. Kimba girl Edie Rayner says local cancer patients are having to travel huge distances for care Last year, she wrote a letter to "all the doctors in Australia" but is now renewing her plea The SA Government has conceded there are "acute shortages" in regional areas Last year, Edie Rayner, from Kimba on the Eyre Peninsula, wrote an open letter addressed to all the doctors of Australia . Like many regional towns, Kimba does not have a permanent doctor and has not had one for some time. The remote farming town — which is one […]