Despite the challenges, the provision of high-quality specialist antenatal health care in immigration detention is a constant
Recent commentaries have criticised health care provision in the Australian immigration detention environment, particularly in the areas of antenatal and postnatal care.1,2 As the contracted health care provider, International Health and Medical Services (IHMS) acknowledges the inherent challenges the immigration detention environment presents. It is our wish to contribute current facts and observations to this topical public debate.
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