Pvt hospitals asked to keep 10pc beds free for poor By Mohammad Al Amin | Last Updated: 2nd July, 2019, 00:00

The government in a directive has asked the private medical college hospitals to reserve at least 10 percent beds free for the poor to ensure their health services. Directorate General of Health Services…

Pvt hospitals asked to keep 10pc beds free for poor

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