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China Sends Doctors to Rural Areas
2005-6-24 9:52:54     
We'll be describing how China is set to send 10,000 doctors to some of the most remote and poverty stricken areas of the country to help improve their medical services.
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Starting this year, urban doctors in China will be sent to hospitals and clinics in rural areas, in particular, those in remote and backward rural areas. They're going to offer medical services to those in need, and run training workshops for local doctors and nurses in the countryside.

In addition, the Ministry of Public Health has been regularly dispatching medical supply vans; to rural areas to help farmers get the services they need. This year, 10,000 doctors from urban hospitals of the country will be sent to hospitals at the county level in rural areas to help them provide better medical services for local patients.

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