A fair go for our public hospitals

June 2001
Australian Nursing Journal;Jun2001, Vol. 8 Issue 11, p1
Deals with the financing issue surrounding public hospitals and Medicare in Australia . Issues the Australian Nursing Federation is raising with political parties; Public officials supporting the public health system; Reason for the excellent health system in Australia.


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