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A Catholic health care system: who's responsible?
Hosp Prog. 1979 Apr; 60(4):60-5, 74.HP

Abstract

If Catholic hospitals cannot develop cooperative efforts within and among themselves, it will be difficult for them to do so with other health care systems or the government. Their desire to establish a united, comprehensive Catholic health care system is not enough; they must be willing to risk even a partial loss of independence in order to achieve this goal and preserve the Catholic healing ministry.

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Historical Article
Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

369981

Citation

Porath, T J.. "A Catholic Health Care System: Who's Responsible?" Hospital Progress, vol. 60, no. 4, 1979, pp. 60-5, 74.
Porath TJ. A Catholic health care system: who's responsible? Hosp Prog. 1979;60(4):60-5, 74.
Porath, T. J. (1979). A Catholic health care system: who's responsible? Hospital Progress, 60(4), 60-5, 74.
Porath TJ. A Catholic Health Care System: Who's Responsible. Hosp Prog. 1979;60(4):60-5, 74. PubMed PMID: 369981.
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