INNER‐CITY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE SIX YEARS' EXPERIENCE

@article{Morey1980INNERCITYCH,
  title={INNER‐CITY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE SIX YEARS' EXPERIENCE},
  author={Stephen. Morey and A. T. Williams and James H. Moloney},
  journal={Medical Journal of Australia},
  year={1980},
  volume={1}
}
Some aspects of the work of an inner‐city community health centre administered by a large teaching hospital are described. Some sociodemographic characteristics and patterns of morbidity of persons attending the centre over the past six years are presented. Initial attempts of evaluation of clinical services provided by the centre are described. 
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