Senex Energy has helped the Royal Flying Doctor Service (Queensland Section) celebrate this year's Flying Doctor Day with the delivery of medical chests at the Roma RFDS base.
The chests contain medication and first aid items that help community members provide medical assistance while they wait for clinical support from the RFDS to arrive.
Federal Emergency Management Minister and Member for Maranoa David Littleproud joined Senex Energy managing director Ian Davies and RFDS representatives at the Roma base to present the first of eight Senex Energy-sponsored medical chests that will be used to help people living, working, and travelling in outback Queensland.
It's the second year Senex Energy has partnered with the RFDS in Queensland to provide medical chests.
Senex managing director and CEO Ian Davies said the medical chest program was an extension of Senex's long and proud partnership with the RFDS, which began in South Australia in 2013.
"We take our responsibility to help people and communities seriously and help deliver health care to locals, workers and visitors in rural, remote and regional areas," he said.