Abstract

Commentary: Primary Health Care Delivery Services in the World

This extract examines the primary health care delivery services in countries of the world as well as sustainable methods to curbing the alienating factors which limits the substantial health care delivery services provided around the world. While some countries have had their health care systems run smoothly, other countries still dwell in the hermit’s shell waiting for possible solutions to be offered on a plate of clay. This extracts also examines some studies carried out on this particular area of concentration to further buttress the need for role players in the development and growth of the health care delivery systems in the world.


Author(s):

Ikpotokin Samuel Osahon



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