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policlinic

/poli·clin·ic/ (pol″ĭ-klin´ik) a city hospital, infirmary, or clinic; cf. polyclinic.

policlinic

(pŏl′ē-klĭn′ĭk)
n.
The department especially of a European hospital or health care facility that treats outpatients.
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Knowledge, attitude and behaviours of those who applied to Osmangazi University women's health and birth policlinic concerning Pap smear.
It submitted that the Athlete was not in an emergency situation: otherwise he should have visited the policlinic in the Olympic village or called a doctor.
In its heyday it had a sawmill, a boarding school, and of course a church, as well as a policlinic, a store, and a service station.
Ufone also recently conducted a tree plantation at Policlinic which not only provides a healthy environment but also provides shade for the parents and children to sit under while they are at the hospital.
After the patient refused treatment in the hospital the patient was discharged on the follow-up care in the policlinic.
Dr Moopen, a doctor-turned entrepreneur, started his career as a teacher and moved to Gulf and started his operations with his flagship clinic Al Rafa Policlinic at Bur Dubai in 1987 and later set up the DM Healthcare group.
Shahzad Ahmed told Aabpara Police that his car bearing registration number G 4346 was stolen from the parking area of Policlinic.
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Following the approval of the hospital ethics board, adult patients who presented to the Zonguldak Karaelmas University Anesthesiology and Reanimation Policlinic for pre-anaesthesia assessment between November 2007 and November 2008 were asked to read the Informed Voluntary Consent Form and for their consent to be included in the study.
Martin Jan Stransky is the publisher of Pritomnost and The New Presence magazines and practices medicine in both the United States and the Czech Republic as an assistant clinical professor in neurology at Yale University and director of the Policlinic at Narodni in Prague.

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