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Universal Health Care in Georgian Hospitals

Published: July 24, 2013 | 8:26 am
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TV3 is continuing to investigate the effects of the Universal Health Care program on hospitals. One of the clinics where patients can benefit from the program is the My Family Clinic, which is owned by the company Aldagi. Ketevan Sharangia, a spokeswoman for the clinic, has stated that it only provides ambulatory care in Tbilisi, and both outpatient and inpatient care in the provinces. According to her, the population still isn’t well informed about the program, and that My Family Clinic sees it as one of its tasks to provide such information to people.

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