Bavarian hospitals receive cash boost
This article was originally published in Clinica
The cabinet of Bavaria, Germany's largest state, has agreed an investment package that will earmark over half a billion Marks for hospital construction and extension during 2002. The cabinet has further sanctioned plans for a hospital building project that would see a total of 31 new units added to existing structures by 2005. The aim of the investment is to improve the quality of inpatient care in Bavaria, whilst also giving hospitals better resources to survive in an increasingly competitive environment, said the state's minister for health, Christa Stewens.
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