HCA


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HCA

Abbreviation for:
healthcare assistant 
hepatocellular adenoma
heterocyclic amine
homocysteic acid
historic cost accounting 
Home Care Assistant 
Hospital Caterers Association 
Hospital Corporation of America
Hürthle cell adenoma
hybrid capture assay

HCA,

n.pr See acid, hydroxycitric.
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HCA Healthcare is a learning healthcare system that operates 174 hospitals, 119 freestanding surgery centres, and numerous other outpatient centres in 20 US states and the UK.
Under the direction of the LBO sponsors, HCA's ratings were constrained by shareholder-friendly capital deployment; HCA has so far had a more consistent and predictable approach to funding shareholder payouts under public ownership and an independent board of directors.
The GAO concluded that the DoD improperly expended O&M funds to finance the HCA.
Right across the North East, the HCA is supporting a local approach to meet future housing needs.
From an engagement perspective, the value of the HCA program cannot be overstated.
Because antioxidants can suppress HCA formation, Gray's team investigated the tart cherries' ability to keep HCAs out of burgers.
In Houston, HCA has a comprehensive network of 10 hospitals, eight surgery centers, and two freestanding ERs.
Fitch believes HCA will have a more consistent and predictable approach to funding shareholder payouts under public ownership and an independent BOD.
Pat The announcement of her new role was made by HCA chairman Robert Napier.
David's contributed all of its facilities to the partnership; HCA contributed its Austin, TX facilities.
1 for elective or nonemergency surgery at HCA hospitals, but the procedure must be completed this month.