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Generally, depending on the jurisdiction, hospitals have a number of independent duties to patients. For example, according to Am. Jur. 2d Hospitals and Asylums § 26 Standard of care; corporate negligence doctrine, in some jurisdictions hospitals owe a duty to … Continue reading