The Cooma CWA put on some great country hospitality for visiting medical students at the Cooma Ambulance station on Tuesday.
In fact, it was a memorable lunch for the Australian National University (ANU) medical students on a cool, blustery day.
The second year students are in Cooma until Friday and were joined by Cooma paramedics for lunch.
They are getting an overview of rural life and medical issues in the region over five days, under the watchful eye of Dr Rob Wiles, who co-ordinates the program.
Dr Wiles said the students would visit a number of locations in Cooma, Berridale, Jindabyne and Perisher to get an overview of the area.
In a jam-packed-tour, the students would experience the broad range of issues and organisations catering for the sick, injured, elderly and youth along with alpine workers, councils and people living on the land.