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2 What is Hospital?
2 Types of Hospital
2 History of Hospital (Ancient period, Medieval period, Colonial period, Modern period, Contemporary work)
2 History of Hospital in subcontinent (Gautama Buddha , Caraka, King Asoka, South India, Bengal)
2 History of Hospital in Bangladesh (Ancient, colonial, pre independent, Bangladesh)
2 Government policies in Health sector
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