China Earmarks $14.7 Billion To Build, Supply Equipment In Health Centers
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Executive SummaryChina's Ministry of Health says it plans to spend $14.7 billion within the next two years on medical equipment and the construction of 10,000 local and rural medical facilities. The plan is to build at least one county hospital of 250 beds or more and health centers in qualified townships within each county. The government would supply each health center with standardized equipment, including at least an X-ray machine, Type-B ultrasonic devices and life support machines, the ministry said. (Click here for more
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