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# Applied Quantitative Methods and Production Frontiers

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Determine the production frontiers for the Durham Health Clinic. Which station should be expanded to increase the overall capacity of the clinic, and why? If the clinic is currently having 250 visits per week (half being return visits) and each staff member is scheduled for 35 hours per week, how many employees of each type does the clinic need?

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I have included an excel sheet to help you understand, Was there another portion that said how many employees the clinic currently employs? I didn't see that, ...

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Solution contains a simple production frontier figure excel graph, for a fictional medical clinic explaining which areas of the clinic need to be expanded and why based on weekly visits, current staff, and hours.

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