Nurses to intensify sanctions in 13 hospitals

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June 28, 2011 08:17

 
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The Israel Nurses Association on Tuesday said it plans intensify sanctions and reduce the number of beds in internal medicine departments in 13 hospitals across the country in which the number of beds has surpassed the allowable standard, Army Radio reported.

Meanwhile, doctors' sanctions are also set to continue on Tuesday. Outpatient clinics in hospitals from Tel Aviv to the north will be closed.

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