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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
The outpatient clinics and emergency rooms of metropolitan teaching hospitals have been criticized severely in recent years for providing poor patient care. In most teaching hospitals the ratio between outpatients and inpatients is three to one; therefore, if the critics are right, 75% of the patients who obtain medical care at the teaching hospital, are not getting the best that medicine has to offer today.
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