Size matters!

Wootton, John
January 2004
Canadian Journal of Rural Medicine (Joule Inc.);Winter2004, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p5
Academic Journal
Focuses on the issue of health care in the medical practice in Canada. Benefits of amalgamating; Disadvantages of loss of flexibility and intimacy of separate individual institutes and services; Description of a rural surgical practice of physicians.


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