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Trends in U.S. Catholic hospitals and all other nonfederal U.S. hospitals, 1970 to 1979: CHA study report, Part I. Changes in numbers of hospitals and beds



Trends in U.S. Catholic hospitals and all other nonfederal U.S. hospitals, 1970 to 1979: CHA study report, Part I. Changes in numbers of hospitals and beds



Hospital Progress 63(12): 84-88




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