Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Each department of the country has its own public hospital.
The public hospital was 115.6 percent below the national average, the study found.
"It benefits the community for both a private and public hospital to work together."
New York's public hospitals do much of our most difficult health work.
How can a public hospital treat some and turn others away?
He told me all the public hospitals turned him away.
His wife was a nurse working at the local public hospital.
But someone has always been able to find something bad to say about the public hospitals.
A list of public hospitals can be found on www.nyc.gov.
The debate over private control of public hospitals has taken place around the country.
He said then that some of the city's 11 public hospitals might have to close.
An important institution was the public hospital, opened in the mid-13th century, which provided services for the poor.
It also operates as a center for research and has a public hospital.
As it was the only public hospital in an area of growing population, physical space became a limitation.
Health experts say that is a common problem in public hospitals.
Public hospital residents have been able to form unions for years.
Public hospitals are of good standard and well spread across the country.
From the 1840s, it also received patients with other illnesses and became a public hospital.
In the past, a great many of these patients would have sought care at the public hospitals.
The new location was much larger than the original and in 2001 it became a public hospital.
But she said no city had eliminated a public hospital system entirely.
The pressures are no different for public hospitals around the nation.
Access to medical care in public hospitals was much easier.
The urban public hospitals are often associated with medical schools.
No public hospital in the town apart from some private clinics.