About Baptist Health Care Baptist Health Care is a community-owned, not-for-profit health care organization committed to improving the quality of life for people and communities in northwest Florida and south Alabama.
What does BHC stand for?
BHC stands for Baptist Health Care (health care provider)
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We have 146 other meanings of BHC in our Acronym Attic
- Bristol Hospital Broadcasting Service (UK)
- Baker Hughes Business Support Services (drilling tools company)
- Bar Harbor Banking and Trust (Maine; banking services)
- Backcountry Horsemen of California (est. 1981)
- Backhanded Compliment
- Balance Health Center (Philadelphia, PA)
- Baldwin Hills Conservancy (Los Angeles, CA)
- Balochistan High Court (Pakistan)
- Baltic Holding Company (Latvia)
- Bank Holding Company
- Baptist Home Care
- Barron Hilton Cup
- Bastogne Historical Center (Belgium)
- Bâtiments d'Habitation Collectifs (French: Collective Residential Buildings; public housing)
- Beckett Heating and Cooling (Williamsport, IN)
- Before He Cheats (Carrie Underwood song)
- Before Housing Costs
- Behavioral Health Care
- Behavioral Health Center
- Behavioral Health Consultant
Samples in periodicals archive:
Joseph's - Baptist Health Care Firm: May Healthcare Facilities Solutions, (610) 270-0599 Design Team: Mark Taudien, RA, Principal-in-Charge & Project Manager; Joseph Doherty, AIA, LEED AP, Behavioral Health Design Specialist; Patricia Malick, AAHID, EDAC, Practice Area Leader, Interior Design; Thomas Hudak, AIA, Project Architect; Nicole Serini, RID, LEED AR Interior Designer; Bridget Gramlich, Architectural Designer Photography: Scott B.
Stubblefield has been with Baptist Health Care since 1985 and has been CEO since 1999.
Baptist Health Care Corporation selected FairWarning([R]) to simplify our privacy auditing across a variety of applications," said Jim Donaldson, Director of Corporate Compliance at Baptist Health Care, Pensacola, FL.
Through its commitment to the schools, Baptist Health Care and the Andrews Institute provide comprehensive sports medicine services year round, both on and off the playing field, by providing free physicals to more than 3,000 athletes annually.
Al Stubblefield is chair of the AHA Committee on Research and president/CEO of Baptist Health Care, Pensacola, Fla.
Lachina previously served as medical director and senior vice president for the Baptist Health Care system of East Tennessee in Knoxville.
Earlier in his career he was EVP of Baptist Health Care Affiliates while also serving as Chairman of HealthNet Management, Inc.