A New Development in the Provision of Comprehensive Medical Care in Australia: A Description of the Southern Memorial Hospital, Melbourne, Victoria

Garb, Linda Gilmore
March 1975
American Journal of Public Health;Mar1975, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p280
Academic Journal
An example is presented of a government-sponsored hospital in Australia working in cooperation with private general practitioners to provide them access to the total hospital facilities and to develop a health center that provides paramedical services not previously available in the community.


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