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13 Mar 2014 17:08 GMT | Health, India
Al Jazeera first brought you the story of Narayana Health in 2012 - a hospital on the outskirts of Bangalore, India's third largest city.
Narayana is a place where both rich and poor Indians come to seek affordable medical care, something almost non-existent in a country of over a billion people.
As part of our continuing coverage of the facility, we have returned to India after two years.
This is a web exclusive report of Narayana's unique nurse intensivist course, which aims to elevate nurses to function on par with the hospital's doctors.
Source: Al Jazeera
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