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service

 [ser´vis]
the performance of an action or work for the benefit of others.
ancillary s's tasks provided by hospital employees not directly related to health care, such as housekeeping or security.

service

As commonly used in UK medical parlance, a department, as in the radiology or pathology service of a particular NHS trust.

service

1. A group of physicians in a particular discipline in a hospital.
2. A group of Pts for which a particular physician is providing care Hospital practice A group of medical practitioners who have clinical privileges in a specific area of medicine, surgery, obstetrics, pediatrics, or other. See Ancillary service, ASC surgical service, Basic health service, Bulletin board service, Bundled service, Carve-out service, Clinical personal health service, Clinical preventive service, Clinical trials monitoring service, Covered service, Customer service, Directory service, Domestic service, Electronic Residency Application service, Emergency medical service, Epicell service, Enabling service, Environmental service, Epidemiology Intelligence service, Evaluation & management service, Fee for service, Fertility service, Free service, Hard medical service, Health care service, Hotel service, Inpatient service, Medical service, Medical transportation service, Mobile medical service, Modified fee for service, Observation service, Outpatient service, Phone counseling service, Preventive health service, Protective service, Public health service, Related service, Respite service, Social service, Soft medical service, Support service, Surgical service, Transition service, Type I service, Unrelated service, Wraparound service.

ser·vice

(sĕr'vis)
A firm or agency that provides on-scene response, assessment, stabilization, initial treatment as directed, and transport to the appropriate receiving facility (i.e., trauma center or hospital) for medical emergency or trauma patients.
[L. servio, to serve, fr. servus, slave]

ser·vice

(sĕr'vis)
A firm or agency that provides on-scene response, assessment, stabilization, initial treatment as directed, and transport to the appropriate receiving facility (i.e., trauma center or hospital) for medical emergency or trauma patients.
[L. servio, to serve, fr. servus, slave]

Patient discussion about service

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Hope I could help!

Q. is this a free service?

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Q. I am very much interested in social service. Especially I like helping the alcoholic. I am very much interested in social service. Especially I like helping the alcoholic. So does a person have to be alcoholic to experience problems from alcohol?

A. ALCOHOLISM is a big problem all over the world, but in the united states it is very bad, WHAT people dont know about alcohol is the problem. We all ways here about (cocaine)(crack)(herion)(speed)ect.BUT do you know that there are less of those addicts than there are alcoholics?DO you know how many people die each year from alcohol related death,the number is equile to or more than the amount of our soldiers killed in war.DO you know that more women end up in the hospitals,from being abused from there men getting drunk,find out how many babys are born each year with fetal alcohol syndrom(drinking while pregnant? It is good that you are interected in social service we need more young people willing to be part of stopping the problem,and not causing it----mrfoot56

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Wykman also constantly disturbed Kemp in church while saying the divine service. After all this, Kemp must surely have learned not to persist too strenuously when tithes were due.
John (three out of eleven) failed to report that they held divine service on the feasts and fasts of the church year.
Canonical regulations, for instance, stipulated that chantry priests were to participate in the day-to-day liturgy of the parish--to be present in the choir at matins, evensong and other divine services, wearing surplices, and to assist at matins, mass and the hours by singing invitatories, hymns, anthems, responds, grails and the like, reading lessons, epistles, gospels and singing psalms.
The act of liturgy, or divine service, attracts the term 'avodah but there are also more specific references to sacrifices, as well as instances in which prostration and prayer are included in the formulations.
One of the early prayer books included prayers to be said on the execution of the King, while the 1831 book of common prayer included the instruction to church wardens that "loiterers and idle persons should not be suffered near the church in time of divine service".
One of the reasons why we included the divine service in the festival programme is that masses in particular always played a significant role in the life of the people during the Baroque era.
Their shadows almost served to frighten away all children at play during divine service, as well as other Sabbath breakers of a larger growth."
The Christmas Day Divine Service on Thursday will be at 10 a.m., with harp music.
"Could not these chains be placed across the street during divine service or is the squalling of an Italian to be of much more importance that the service to Almighty God?
Thomas Samuel, Bishop of the CSI Madhya Kerala Diocese, will be the chief guest, and will lead the Divine Service prior to the festival.
He wishes to make a summary statement that will somehow encompass the major components of the Divine service, present them in sequential order, and at the same time persuade his audience as to why they should be observed.