medical service


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medical service

Any healthcare-related service.

Examples
Internal medicine, cardiology, emergency medicine, family practice, nephrology, neurology, paediatrics, pulmonary medicine, orthodontics and psychoanalysis.

medical service

Hospital practice A health care-related service, which includes orthodontics and psychoanalysis. See Service. Cf Surgical service.
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At the same time, the Emergency Medical Service is prepared for situations where three-person ambulance crews are not available.
Aberdeen Medical Services is a family-owned and run, independent occupational health practice which specialises in the oil and gas industry, diving medicine and OGUK medicals.
He said that the government was talking all out efforts to provide all necessities of life to the tribal people and holding free medical camps to provide free of cost medical services to those poor people and prevent deadly diseases in the area.
In two years, TCF has raised nearly USD 55,000 for Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs.
In making our medical service sector truly innovative, we will need not only new medical machinery and medicines but also a new medical information system.
Currently, each individual police force decides how to provide a forensic medical service to their local population, whether via the NHS, private organisations or individual clinicians.
May 17-23 is National Emergency Medical Services Week, dedicated to bringing together local communities and medical personnel to promote safety and emphasize the services of emergency medical responders, such as paramedics, emergency medical technicians, and dispatchers.
USDA Rural Development has awarded $25.8 million in grants for 103 distance learning and telemedicine (DLT) projects that will provide improved educational and medical services to residents of 38 states.
The benefits to the city, including medical services, and to the practitioner, such as significant financial breaks, would seem to call for a much more concerted effort to convince applicable municipalities to act.
Under the first scenario, which assumes a severe affect of the medical service reforms on demand for drugs, the market is estimated to have reached 6,952.6 billion yen ($60.5 bil) in 2005, and to reach 6,989.2 billion yen ($60.8 bil) in 2009 and 7,263.7 billion yen ($63.2 bil) in 2013.
Most patients, surgeons and travel agents meet up on Internet sites that coordinate medical service for international patients.

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