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“Georgian Primary Healthcare Should be Unique” — Jean-Elie Malkin

“New demands on primary health care emerge due to aging, depopulation and need of prevention and long-term care of non-communicable diseases (NCDs). Because of underinvestment in primary care in the previous decades, the current supply of primary care needs significant strengthening of network, infrastructure, human resources, financing and setting the …

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Towards a New Primary Health Care in Georgia


The primary health care (PHC) is the founding pillar of a new health care system in Georgia. It desserves a top priority focus in policy planning and in medical practice. A comprehensive PHC system prevalent in the EU, comprising a wide range of health education, promotion, prevention, curative and rehabilitative, …

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