Ontarian city high-tech boost ahead:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Canadian city of Vaughan, near Toronto, is planning its first acute care hospital. The centre is one of several healthcare projects being planned for the city by the Vaughan Healthcare Foundation, a charity involved in supporting the establishment of facilities and services. An assessment of capital needs and required services is yet to be completed.
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