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Crackdown launched on hospitals that offer incentives to rescue teams

Mar 13. 2017
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By The Nation

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The Health Service Support Department (HSSD) has launched a crackdown on medical facilities that offer incentives to rescue teams that bring them emergency patients. 

“We have started an investigation,” HSSD chief Dr Visit Tangnapakorn said Monday.

He was responding to a private hospital’s advertisement which offered free fuel coupons to rescue teams that brought in accident victims and patients needing immediate medical help. 

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