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HCA

Abbreviation for:
healthcare assistant 
hepatocellular adenoma
heterocyclic amine
homocysteic acid
historic cost accounting 
Home Care Assistant 
Hospital Caterers Association 
Hospital Corporation of America
Hürthle cell adenoma
hybrid capture assay

HCA,

n.pr See acid, hydroxycitric.
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As an HCA affiliated hospital, Pearland Medical Center joins a continuum of 9 other Houston-area medical centers, ambulatory surgery centers, diagnostic imaging facilities, off-campus emergency centers and a regional transfer center that provides ground and air transportation to and from any HCA Coast Division Affiliated Hospital.
CCA: In following the HCA decision, the IRS issued Chief Counsel Advice (CCA) 199921045, providing guidance for examiners in response to the Tax Court's decision.
Typical HCA projects include medical, dental, and veterinary care provided in rural areas, construction of rudimentary surface transport systems, well drilling and construction of basic sanitation facilities, rudimentary construction and repair of public facilities, and other medical and engineering projects.
And a California court has told CitriMax--one of the two major brands of HCA--that it can't claim (in that state) that HCA causes weight loss unless it comes up with credible evidence.
Because antioxidants can suppress HCA formation, Gray's team investigated the tart cherries' ability to keep HCAs out of burgers.
AirStrip CARDIOLOGY, has been in use at a limited number of HCA facilities but soon will be available for broader use by HCA-affiliated physicians.
We are very pleased to be named among the Computerworld 100 Best Places to Work in IT again this year, and while it is the IT organization that won the award, it is very much a reflection of and is attributed to the HCA culture as a whole," said Noel Williams, CIO of HCA IT&S.
David's entered into the HCA joint venture, it was no longer engaged in activities that principally furthered any charitable purpose.
In the 1980s, the pharmaceutical firm Hoffmann-La Roche tried to turn HCA into a drug.
and includes four data centers and fourteen division support centers responsible for delivering IT services to HCA as well as more than 145 non-HCA hospitals and facilities.
Carpeting: HCA installed carpet during construction with a general purpose latex adhesive so that it could be easily removed without damage to the underlying floor and reused somewhere else.
26 /PRNewswire/ -- HCA today announced the start of its annual "Caring for the Community" campaign as Nashville Mayor Karl Dean, HCA CEO Richard Bracken, 125 not-for-profit agencies and more than 1,000 HCA employees attended the 2009 kickoff event for the corporate office's employee giving campaign this morning in Centennial Park.