Medical Officer of Health

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Medical Officer of Health

A physician and senior government official of a health agency, usually at the town, district, county or regional level, who advises and leads a team of medical experts on matters of public health importance.

Medical Officer of Health

An obsolete term for the principal medical administrator in a local government area. Now known as a Community Physician.
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Tenders are invited for Repair and renovation works of the accommodation for the office of the district medical officer ayush, Along with office setup, Toilet and passage, Howrah
The children died early this month and a team of health officials, led by Koraput's Chief District Medical Officer (CDMO), Laxmidhar Kabi, visiting the village on Monday, said tests are being done to monitor the situation.
We have kept him under observation," Dakshina Kannada district medical officer Dr Saroja said.
Puri collector Naba Kishore Nayak, the additional collector and the chief district medical officer are supervising the reatment of the ill students
The errant officer is Dr Ashok Khurana, New Delhi district's chief district medical officer ( CDMO).
Since it is a Maoist affected area, adivasis (tribals) cannot come here so we visit such villages and provide them free medical service," said additional district medical officer, Sasibhusan Mahapatara.
District medical officer Dr Bhagwan Dixit, who rushed to the area with a team of doctors, said the mehendi bought from local roadside shops appeared to be spurious.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Drug, Medical Consumables, Laboratory Chemicals & Reagents, X -Ray Articles, Instrument &Equipments And Orc Blood Bank Chemicals & Consumables ,Rntcp Laboratory Materials, Bedding & Clothings(Bcl) And Biomedical Waste(Bmw) Items On Rate Contract For A Period Of One Year From The Date Of Approval Of Tender For Chief District Medical Officer, Jagatsinghpur
Chief District Medical Officer, B K Kindo who treated the affected students, informed that all the students were given the treatment as soon as they were detected carrying the virus.
Karen Landers, District Medical Officer, states that all the persons reported to be ill attended the event at North American Lighting and there is no known ongoing threat to the general public at this time.

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