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Old 6th November 2016, 01:45 PM
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Question How do hospitals maintain their Standards?

is all the hospital or clinic maintain their standards??

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Re: How do hospitals maintain their Standards?

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is all the hospital or clinic maintain their standards??
As we seen many hospitals that are clean and green. Because, most of the hospitals are ISO 14001 certified which means that the organization has environmentally good.
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