Rural NSW and other remote regions which fall on the outskirts of the main cities have reduced access to healthcare benefits. The proximity to nearest centres, the quality of roads, availability of transport, and the availability of qualified professionals and general practitioners are major reasons for reduced access. They have been showing typical symptoms of increased mortality, increased alcohol consumption and crime events. Besides, the existence of current health care services have not been effectively able to change the rural populations’ mindset about the benefits of health care. These factors calls for an immediate attention towards making inroads to provide health care access and also provide means of reaching those facilities. It is observed that doctors and allied health professionals are in short supply in remote NSW and rural areas of Australia (Alfred et.al, 2008). This is a serious concern as the availability of doctors is of prime necessity in curing ill patients, especially in rural region where they do have access to either one or two doctors. This creates a big challenge for curing the citizens who do not have any access to doctors in close proximity. Moreover, the scattered nature of rural region and citizen’s homes makes it even more difficult for making provisions to them about heath care requirements. It becomes difficult to handle patients in case of life threatening diseases such as stroke and heart attack. The need for basic services which works in fulfilling the basic and immediate response that is required is of utmost importance.