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secondary

adjective accessory, alternative, ancillary, auxiliary, collateral, contingency, derived, following, indirect, inferior, junior, less important, lesser, minor, subaltern, subordinate, subsequent, subsidiary, substitute, unessential, unimportant, vicarious
Associated concepts: secondary boycott, secondary evidence, secondary liability
See also: ancillary, circumstantial, collateral, contributory, deputy, derivative, extrinsic, immaterial, incidental, inferior, insignificant, minor, null, pendent, peripheral, plenipotentiary, replacement, slight, subaltern, subordinate, subservient, subsidiary, succedaneum, supplementary, unessential

SECONDARY, construction. That which comes after the first, which is primary: as, the primary law of, nations the secondary law of nations.

SECONDARY, English law. An officer who is second or next to the chief officer; as secondaries to the prothonotaries of the courts of king's bench, or common pleas; secondary of the remembrancer in the exchequer, &c. Jacob, L. D. h.t.

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Of that percentage, countries allocate an average of 26% of their health budgets to the first level of care.
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Another major indicator measured by the Haad is patient satisfaction, and Al Hameli said that patients appear most satisfied with the level of care provided by mid-size private hospitals.
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The situation is rather more complicated in metropolitan areas where large hospitals could be expected to provide all levels of care in parallel, but where managers might expect clinicians to allocate patients to high-sophistication/high-cost care, or a lower, cheaper level of care, according to some system of definition.
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There is a real need for patient groups such as ours, health professionals and politicians and health boards to really come together and understand what arrangements of service can realistically provide the right level of care for babies."
This area was a very busy unit that maintained a high level of care. Jenny worked in this unit until she retired in 2008.
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They dictated the level of care each patient required.
Edward Bromwich, a director of EHB, said: "Warwick Myton Hospice is an important part of our community and the level of care they give to patients is remarkable.