health care industry

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health care industry

the complex of preventive, remedial, and therapeutic services provided by hospitals and other institutions, nurses, doctors, dentists, medical administrators, government agencies, voluntary agencies, noninstitutional care facilities, pharmaceutic and medical equipment manufacturers, and health insurance companies.
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In a statement sent to Gulf News, Dr Ramadan Al Beloushi, CEO, Dubai Healthcare City Authority - Regulatory, said, "We can confirm that we have suspended the licence of the doctor in question whose social media activity is in violation with the basic ethics governing the health care profession.
Imad Malik Khan, Divisional Head Rehabilitation Shifa International Hospital said that physical therapy (or physiotherapy), often abbreviated PT, is a health care profession primarily concerned with the remediation of impairments and disabilities and the promotion of mobility, functional ability, quality of life and movement potential through examination, evaluation, diagnosis and physical intervention carried out by physical therapists (known as physiotherapists in some countries) and physical therapist assistants (known as physical rehabilitation therapists in some countries).
After working as a patient care technician at MacNeal Hospital in Berwyn for several years, Stasukewicz recognized her affinity for the health care profession and enrolled in the Nursing Program at Morton College.
She worked in the health care profession all her life and worked at Memorial Hospital in Worcester for 20 years until retiring in 1980.
By that time the medical doctors and osteopaths had all but in name merged, and chiropractic maintained the distinction of being the largest drug-free health care profession and the third largest overall health care profession.
Once the CTDAA request was submitted and posted, Impact Statements were submitted by persons or entities representing a health care profession detailing how their profession can potentially be impacted by this request.
We urge our colleagues in the health care profession to follow suit and support the fight of our brothers and sisters in Taguig-Pateros and everywhere.
When people need health care, odds are they'll encounter more RNs than any other type of health professional This means that, as a nurse, you're representing the health care profession And this is a huge responsibility.
The workshop is targeting those involved in health care profession education, which include postgraduate program administrators, directors, coordinators, clinician educators, and curriculum designers.
Guidelines for good health practice in the health care profession.
The need for well-educated, career-oriented professionals to provide quality health care to the Federal beneficiaries of the USPHS was the stimulus for the development of the health care profession within the USPHS.
Over the past several decades, counseling has been increasingly defined as a health care profession.

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