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Por·ter

(pōr'tĕr),
Curt C., 20th-century U.S. biochemist. See: Porter-Silber chromogens, Porter-Silber reaction, Porter-Silber chromogens test.

Por·ter

(pōr'tĕr),
Thomas C., British scientist, 1860-1933. See: Ferry-Porter law.

Por·ter

(pōr'tĕr),
William H., Irish surgeon, 1790-1861. See: Porter fascia.
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The course is being targeted at people already within the medical profession who do not have any related qualifications - including hospital porters.
For 40 years, he has been a shining light in the lives of patients on his cheerful way to becoming one of Cardiff's longest-serving hospital porters.
A hospital spokeswoman said yesterday that 58 CCTV cameras had been installed in an attempt to curb the violence and hospital porters had received special training to provide security protection.
The hospital porters collected pounds 1,000 and pupils went along to the porters' lodge to pick up the cheque.
And Jim Devine, of health service union Unison, said it was wrong for hospital porters to drive patients around.
Kindhearted hospital porters are clubbing together to raise cash for staff hit by the Farepak Christmas hamper collapse.
I see the hospital porters doing their work today but I've no temptation to join them again on a shift.
Now hospital porters employed by the pest control firm are to be stripped of badges using its name.
The heart-warming story of three hospital porters raising money for colleagues affected by the Farepak festive hampers collapse shows the true spirit of Christmas.
Martin, 40, who slipped at his home while hanging out washing, was then lifted on to a trolley by four hospital porters - but it collapsed under him.
As part of a two-year course she was given the opportunity to shadow GPs, hospital porters, ambulance drivers and surgeons to get a full understanding of the work carried out within the trust.

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