Many years ago, I came across a letter written by a soldier to his mother from an evacuation hospital in France.
What does EVAC HOS stand for?
EVAC HOS stands for Evacuation Hospital
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- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Economically Viable Application of Best Available Technology
- East Valley Astronomy Club (Mesa, AZ)
- Electric Vehicle Association of Canada (Ontario, Canada)
- Elmhurst Volunteer Ambulance Corps (Elmhurst, NY)
- Emergency Vehicles and Communications (Fargo, ND, USA)
- Emergency Voice Alarm Communications (security systems)
- Emergency Volunteer Air Corps (California)
- Environmental Verification and Analysis Center (University of Oklahoma)
- Evacuation Battalion
- Evacuation Work Order Number
- Experimental Vibration Analysis for Civil Engineering Structures (conference)
- Electronic Voting and Counting System (software)
- Emergency Vanpool And Carpool System
- East Village Arts District (Long Beach, CA)
- Ebbw Vale and District Development Trust (UK)
- Electric Ventricular Assist Device (prosthetic heart valve)
- Electro-Hydraulic Ventricular Assist Device
- Enhanced Voluntary Agricultural District (North Carolina)
- Eastern Virginia Association of Diabetes Educators (Virginia Beach, VA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
One example is noteworthy: John, an Army corporal with the physical build of a football player, arrived at the twenty-fourth Evacuation Hospital in Long Binh unconscious.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] These pioneering nurses assigned to field and evacuation hospitals as flight nurses became accustomed to taking the initiative, making quick decisions, and adopting innovative solutions to a broad range of medical-related problems.
Dad is a retired Army physician and was a combat brigade surgeon at an Evacuation Hospital in Vietnam, and I am a retired military mom.
He waited nearly nine hours on the battlefield before being transported to an evacuation hospital and finally to an army hospital in Michigan, much like the former Crile General Hospital that once stood on the grounds of Tri-C's Western Campus.
The chief nurse of the Army 12th Evacuation Hospital found its communications in Saudi Arabia nonexistent; the equipment was too diverse and too limited in capability.
LaFournaise was reported to have been the first female nurse to serve on the front lines in Evacuation Hospital #1 during World War I.
``After I had been taken to an evacuation hospital, I remember a doctor telling me that my dog tags saved my life.