from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The department especially of a European hospital or health care facility that treats outpatients.
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- n. Alternative spelling of polyclinic.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A general city hospital or dispensary.
But the effects of “industrialization” are yet felt throughout, with shorter time for patients in hospitals and policlinic “mass-producing” surgery etc.
We have been thinking of a solution for washing clothes, well, we have the full circle: the very necessary -- the school, the policlinic, a supermarket must be built.
But above all, there are other more important things than that, things of much more value, such as the policlinic.
The position additionally includes the chairmanship of the cardio-surgical clinic and policlinic and the heart clinic at the Augustinum.
Today Zmitser Khvedaruk has been taken from the detention centre into the policlinic No. 14 in Minsk to pass analysis necessary for a medical commission in the military enlistment office.
"The first stage, expected to be complete by the end of this year, consists of the construction of the policlinic, offices and rooms with a combined capacity of 500 beds, as well as the procurement of medical equipment," Rahmat said.
You can choose your own doctor, you get treatment right when needed, it is cheap for first three times to see a doctor (11 euros) (after three times doctor visit is free, but the policlinic visit is always 24 euros) and you do not need insurances if you do not travel outside of your own country (in this case, outside EU).
At that moment an elderly Muslim who lives above the policlinic came downstairs.
A few days ago Serge had an appointment with a doctor in a policlinic in Blaes Street.
She is trained as a nurse and works in the local policlinic.
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