'Faulty' private dental clinic in Hadera shut down

Faulty private dental

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December 3, 2009 17:05

 
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The Medical Malin Ltd. dental clinic owned by Dr. Hadi Halaf in Hadera has been closed by order of the Haifa District Health Officer, the Health Ministry said Thursday. This action was taken against the private clinic in Beit Daniel at 15 Sderot Rothschild because it suffered from significant and many failures. In addition, the ministry said, it had no license. The police were called in to enforce the order.

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