E1.2 billion for Sicilian hospitals as Italy drives healthcare equality
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Italian region of Sicily has secured the funding to build three major specialist healthcare centres, worth around E1.163bn ($1.163bn). Further plans to improve the region's local healthcare facilities are an example of the government's drive to reduce the wide disparities in the service nationally.
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