chief of staff


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Chinese medicine The liver
Hospital practice The chief administrative officer of the medical staff; the physician or other health care professional who is in charge of the medical staff in a hospital or health care organization

chief of staff

Medical practice The chief administrative officer of the medical staff; the physician or other health care professional who is in charge of the medical staff in a hospital or health care organization Oriental medicine The liver. See Twelve vital organs.
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At the end of the ceremony, the Chief of Staff valued all the sincere and exerted efforts of the officers and non-commissioned officers, as well as the individuals of the Royal Communications, and thanked them for their sustainable work with their brothers from the other weapons and units of the BDF to preserve the gains of homeland, wishing them more success in serving their dear country, Bahrain.
While Bush was hunkering down with National Security Adviser Brent Scowcroft and Secretary of State Baker, Sununu was busy assembling a White House manned by senior staffers whose chief assets were that a) they would owe extraordinary allegiance to the chief of staff for elevating them above their natural stations in life, and b) they would pose absolutely no threat to his complete dominion over all aspects of White House policymaking.
Family practitioners were primarily office-based and rated their office chief of staff as "most qualified" to evaluate quality of care and service.
Berkow said he is leaving the chief of staff position voluntarily.
Ed Rogers, former executive assistant to White House Chief of Staff John Sununu, is a Washington attorney.
McMahon, director, maintenance, deputy chief of staff, logistics, installations and mission support, Headquarters U.
But Cheney--former aide to Rumsfeld in the Nixon administration, chief of staff in the Ford administration, defense secretary in the first Bush administration, and House intelligence committee chairman during the Iran-Contra scandal (in which he backed the Reagan White House)--is no novice in the art of bureaucratic warfare.
Staff director, House Committee on Education and the Workforce (2001-05) Chief of staff, U.
Bush and his intensely controlling chief of staff looks suspiciously like Dick Cheney.
It was April 2004 and I had survived the ups and downs of the first year as chief of staff.
His appointment of Susan Kennedy as his new chief of staff registered a 9.
For example, during most of the 1990s, the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force (Materiel) maintained oversight for the management and execution of the Military Assistance Program (MAP), while within the Air Staff, the Deputy Chief of Staff (Materiel) had an Assistant for Mutual Security.

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