MacNeal

Mac·Neal

(măk-nēl'),
Ward J., U.S. bacteriologist, 1881-1946. See: MacNeal tetrachrome blood stain, Novy and MacNeal blood agar.
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Hopkins moved to MacNeal Hospital in Berwyn, Illinois, working as a case manager in pediatrics and the emergency department before assuming the role of director of case management in 2010.
MacNeal was not an academic and had published nothing but this one book, after which he abruptly disappeared from the accounting literature.
a provider of engineered metal manufacturing, has appointed Tracy MacNeal as corporate director of Business Development.
CASE FACTS: On February 10, 2003, Rudolph Uldrych underwent gastric bypass surgery at MacNeal Hospital.
CASE FACTS: On February 10,2003, Rudolph Uldrych underwent gastric bypass surgery at MacNeal Hospital.
WORCESTER - Paula MacNeal and her family are used to seeing wildlife outside their house.
Mucek comes from MacNeal Health Network in Chicago where he was the vice president and CFO.
LITTLE Jessica MacNeal had her tonsils taken out live on the internet yesterday and was sitting up in bed eating toast and drinking just three hours later.
Jessica MacNeal, from Shadsworth in Blackburn, Lancashire, had her tonsils removed at Blackburn Royal Infirmary in a controversial new procedure.
English professor Glynn Baugher, mathematics professor Kurtis Leminert, and mathsemanticist Edward MacNeal conducted the workshops.
Position at Retirement: Medical director, MacNeal Dependency Treatment Center, MacNeal Hospital, Berwyn, Ill.
She was a division director, manager, project analyst, and staff nurse at MacNeal Hospital in Berwyn, IL, from 1993 to June 2000.