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  • n. Plural form of hospital.


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  • However, as there are no laws governing how much hospitals can charge for registration fees, the DOH can only advise ­hospitals on what would be a reasonable amount rather than issuing fines to institutions that do not comply, Bureau of Medical Affairs Director Shih Chung-liang

    Taipei Times

  • Look at those people who insults soldiers in hospitals, is that OK.

    Prince in 'Sensible' Shocker

  • Overall, the number of people treated in hospitals is increasing, and so is the need for care in the community and in the home.

    Till Debt Do Us Part

  • Similarly the culture and climate of our hospitals is the glue of our organizations.

    How to Keep Hospitals Healthy

  • And then going back on - Alan, I know you were just talking about your perspective on Washington, and you mentioned short term hospitals are going to be okay.

  • ... a lot of treatment which used to be carried out in hospitals is now handled at GPs surgeries, where doctors feel they have lost control over the way they work.

    Archive 2003-01-01

  • What’s different in American hospitals is that advanced technologies, aggressive interventions, keep getting applied to patients and literally applied right up until the body can no longer respond ….

    Wonk Room

  • Doctrine, "a reference to the label hospitals attach to doctors viewed

    iMechanica - Comments

  • I spent way too much time in hospitals both as a patient and as a husband to my late wife.

    Matthew Yglesias » Hospital Quality

  • The company, which also makes several generic drugs used in hospitals, had a profit of $86 million last year on sales of $519 million.

    Democracy's Vices, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty


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