Wright-Patterson Medical Center is under pressure to boost the use of its 62 in-patient hospital beds as the Department of Defense looks to make better use of resources in the wake of shrinking military budgets and declining numbers of service members in uniform.
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By the numbers
Here’s a look at the number of inpatients Wright-Patterson Medical Center has recorded in recent years
Here’s a snapshot of how many emergency room visits the medical center has had in recent years.
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