hospital practitioner

hospital practitioner

A “service-grade” medical doctor who worked part or full time in a non-training hospital post in the UK and practised below consultant level, under consultant supervision. Hospital practitioners, as well as trust/staff grade doctors, clinical assistants and clinical medical officers, were formerly grouped together as staff and associate specialist (SAS) grade doctors, a group now known as specialty doctors, a category established by the GMC in 2008.
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ASENIOR NHS hospital practitioner who stole almost PS18,000 from her dementia-suffering stepfather and spent the money treating her children has been SPARED jail.
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There is something for everyone here, from the hospital practitioner to the rehabilitation nurse to the student.
Abdul Qadous, a local hospital practitioner said that people should not purchase foods and beverages from street vendors, especially in summer.
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Contract notice: The purpose of this contract is to provide professional co-development workshops for hospital practitioners and directors of FPH institutions.
But the number of professionally qualified clinical staff, including doctors and hospital practitioners, actually rose by 553.
Congress should amend Medicare and Medicaid regulations to institute penalties against hospitals and hospital practitioners who, by retaining human remains without consent, deprive the survivors of their natural interests in caring for the dead.
Contract notice: Meeting transcription services for the National Center for the Management of Hospital Practitioners and Hospital Management (cng).

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