Associate professor Suzanne Belton says there are fewer health professionals to turn to in rural areas. The health of "vulnerable" people living in remote communities across Australia could be put at risk if the Commonwealth pushes ahead with its Religious Discrimination Bill 2019, experts say. Health experts say it is "not clear" how the bill will interact with other anti-discrimination laws In rural and remote areas, there are fewer health professionals, sparking fears some people may be denied care Federal Attorney-General Christian Porter insists nothing in the bill permits discrimination against patients Australian Medical Association NT president Dr Rob Parker has written to Federal Attorney-General Christian Porter asking for significant changes to the proposed legislation. Dr Parker was concerned conservative doctors could deny vulnerable patients health care on moral grounds, leaving them with few other options. "The main issue is the fact that we already have really poor health […]