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Number of doctors working at Greek hospitals falls by 11 pct
The number of doctors employed at Greek hospitals fell by almost 11 percent during the crisis while the nursing body shrunk by 8 percent, recently released data from the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) shows.
ELSTAT found that there was no change in the number of the health centres in 2014 (205) from the previous year. Central Macedonia was the region with the most (33) health centres, followed by the Peloponnese (23).
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