medical inspector

medical inspector

An officer of the US Army Medical Department attached to a military command who supervises sanitary arrangements and measures taken to prevent the spread of infectious disease. The medical inspector is usually an assistant to the surgeon of the command.
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On November 14, 2018, the Boston Globe published an article on a VA Office of the Medical Inspector (OMI) report that identified significant lapses in care at the Brockton VA nursing home (community living center, or CLC), including a nurse and a nurses aide fast asleep during their shifts and nurses often sleep ing when they were supposed to be working.
The medical inspector also denied the presence of any criminal activity concerning Susan's death, adding that Susan died of a circulatory collapse.
The six-page report by the Navy's Medical Inspector General found a lack of trust in the leadership and low morale among staff members, who described the working environment as "being caught between parents going through a bitter divorce."
"Seven children died on January 8 and 9, including two infants after breastfeeding whose mothers had eaten the turtle meat," Said Borohany, a medical inspector, told dpa.
During the past few months, investigators from the Office of the Medical Inspector and the Office of Accountability and Whistle blower Protection have visited Oregon at least three times.
In a related development, the VA said Tuesday it was restructuring its Office of Medical Inspector following a scathing report by Lerner's agency last month.
Presiding Judge Maher Salama Al Mahdi also found the accused guilty of molesting a medical inspector and endangering her life while removing hair from her armpit.
Consequently, the medical inspector could not verify both cases as mandated by the MTNL policy," the tribunal recorded in its order.
She consulted with the medical inspector at the schools to arrange for children who would ordinarily be excluded from school would instead be sent to her for treatment.
In 1990 she joined the Health and Safety Executive as an employment medical officer, medical inspector and consultant occupational physician.
She became the clinical medical officer at Prudhoe hospital in 1980, and in 1990 joined the HSE as an employment medical officer, medical inspector and consultant occupational physician.
The Director of the Navy Nurse Corps is Rear Admiral Christine BruzekKohler, the 21st Director of the Navy Nurse Corps, and the Naval Medical Inspector General.
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