Medical officials have criticised the cabinet’s plans to eliminate up to one-quarter of the country’s hospitals as part of a cost-saving plan, with Bratislava neurologist Juraj Štofko saying the move will only “create new regions where no hospital care will be offered.”
Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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7. Nov 2002 at 8:26