Richard Di Natale is the Greens spokesperson for health. The Greens believe that everyone has the right to timely, quality health care.

Senator Di Natale’s work in this area is focused on primary health care and preventative health care, and working towards a health system focussed on individual and social wellbeing.


Healthier climate means healthier people: Lancet

23 Jun 2015

The Australian Greens have welcomed a report in The Lancet medical journal, which highlights the huge opportunity to improve public health through action on global warming.


Greens plan for eye health to help Queenslanders young and old

28 Aug 2013

At a community meeting of people aged over 65 with vision impairment in Cleveland today, Senator Larissa Waters and Greens Bowman candidate Penny Allman-Payne discussed the Greens' plan to improve eye health.


Senate Inquiry recommends protection for Queenslanders from coal dust

16 Aug 2013

A Greens-initiated Senate Inquiry into the health impacts of air quality has today made important recommendations for Queenslanders affected by coal dust.


Greens GP Senate candidate announces Medicare funding plan in Queensland

14 Aug 2013

The Australian Greens today committed to injecting hundreds of millions of dollars in extra funding to Medicare nationally, which would help Queenslanders to meet out-of-pocket healthcare costs, at the clinic of Greens Senate candidate and Brisbane GP, Dr Sandra Bayley.


Brisbane Coal Dust Public Meeting

11 Jun 2013 | 6:30 pm

Greens Senator Richard di Natale is coming to Brisbane to hear from locals about their experiences of living near a train line that carries coal.


"Your Death Your Choice" Community Forum

19 May 2012 | 1:00 pm

Will the inadequate funding of palliative care services drive more Queenslanders to request physician-assisted suicide?

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