Sydney, Australia hospital anesthetists investigated by consumer commission
Australian Associated Press, August 18, 2009
A group of 30 doctors at St Vincent's Private Hospital in Sydney, Australia, is being investigated for anti-competitive practices. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has demanded the group, which is allocated nearly all of St. Vincent's anesthetic work, justify its existence and membership rules.
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