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medical officer

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See Chief Medical Officer.

Military medicine
An officer who holds a commission in the Medical Corps of the Army Medical Department.
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'Same is the case with MLOs as they are not available due to which medical officers are assigned the task.
As per the reply submitted by ministry of NHS in the National Assembly Health Committee, a requisition for filling up 18 clear vacant posts of medical officers/women medical officers on regular basis has been sent to Federal Public Service Commission and 36 posts of different categories has been advertised and recruitment process is in process through recruitment agency.
The chief medical officers have also called for action from technology companies, backing the establishment of an industry duty of care and a voluntary code of conduct.
The chief medical officers - Dame Sally, Dr Frank Atherton for Wales, Dr Catherine Calderwood for Scotland, and Dr Michael McBride for Northern Ireland - said their advice addresses societal concerns, with tips including leaving phones outside of bedrooms at bedtime and screen-free meal times.
Selected medical officers would be given posting through online preference system in the first week of next month (October).
He said they would launch the work stoppage starting from 8 am on Tuesday, protesting over several issues affecting the medical professionals as well as the country including the SAITM issue and curtailment of medical officers' allowances.
In Nising, there is provision of one senior medical officer and three medical officers in Community Health Center.
Stewards' secretary Geoff Forster said: "We need two racecourse medical officers for racing to start, so we had to delay.
In Malawi, clinical officers (a similar non-physician cadre introduced as early as 1976) also perform much of the major emergency obstetric surgery in the absence of medical officers. During a three-month period in 2005, data from 2,131 consecutive obstetric surgeries conducted either by clinical officers or medical officers in 38 district hospitals in Malawi were collected prospectively.
An experienced chief medical officer shares pearls of wisdom on ways to maintain the delicate balance between the medical staff and the administration.
The agency will order all the 1,000 medical officers of the ground, maritime, and air self-defense forces to report any signs of bioterrorism possibly caused by anthrax bacilli, smallpox viruses and other biological weapons, the sources said.
POSTS OF MEDICAL OFFICERS VACANT: At least 12 sanctioned posts of medical officers have long been lying vacant in Sabirabad hospital, local residents complained on Monday.

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