Enhancing Primary Care of Elderly People
F. Ellen Netting, Frank G. Williams
Taylor & Francis, 1999 - Medical - 251 pages
This work offers a detailed analysis of recent changes in health care for the elderly. The contributors examine primary care in urban, suburban and rural settings, and show what makes each of these successful care-providers.
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