How do you choose a hospital?


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Hey Jingli
2020-01-25 04:42:00
2020-01-25 04:42:00
Learn about the care you need and your hospital choices. STEP 2: Think about your personal and financial needs. STEP 3: Find and compare hospitals based on your condition and needs. STEP 4: Discuss your hospital options, and choose a hospital.

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