Jane Linton is a Gumbaynngirr woman from the north coast of NSW and is living on Country.
She is a physiotherapist with over 20 years of clinical experience and is currently working in the public hospital system. As part of this role she assisted in establishing, and works as a physiotherapist in an outreach musculoskeletal physiotherapy clinic at the local Aboriginal Medical Aboriginal Corporation. In 2014 she assisted in establishing the SOS Health Services in Palm Island, North Queensland, working as a physiotherapist with the predominately Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.
Jane is a current member of the Indigenous Allied Health Association.
She is a participant of the 2020 intake for the NSW Health Rural Research Capacity Building Program with the University of Sydney. Her project is focused on the accessibility of health care for local Aboriginal people with musculoskeletal conditions including osteoarthritis.