Al Sahel Hospital in Beirut's southern suburbs, Tuesday, June 24, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mahmoud Kheir)
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The Syndicate of Hospitals in Lebanon Tuesday appealed to the government to pay outstanding hospital bills amounting to LL 120 billion, cautioning that delay in payments would jeopardize medical services in certain hospitals.It cautioned that "the problem of overdue invoices," that state institutions owed Lebanese private hospitals, including LL 92.5 billion for the military institutions, has reached a tipping point, adversely affecting medical services and threatening the survival of certain hospitals.
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