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What Price Admitting Privileges?: A Study of Hospital Admissions by Two Family Physicians

By Michael Tarrant

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A study of admissions to an acute care hospital by two family physicians for the years 1967 and 1971 made special reference to the relationship of the hospital work to the total practice workload and morbidity, and to the fact that during the study period the principle hospital used became an active teaching facility with junior hospital staff

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