In Hunter New England Health, and across the state, managers are finding various reasons not to implement ratios," he said.
What does HNEH stand for?
HNEH stands for Hunter New England Health (Australia)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Ferguson, who works for Hunter New England Health, said health care staff were increasingly at risk, with one in five sub-acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) cases being health staff; 4.
Dr Treeny Ooi said that on Valentine's Day, Australians should take precautions if in case they get swept up in the moment and make themselves susceptible to sexually transmitted infection (STI) "You may be going out with friends or to a party, protect yourself and carry some condoms - you never can tell what the night may bring," the Daily Telegraph quoted Ooi, director of Sexual Health at Hunter New England Health, as saying.
Richard Reid at The Hunter New England Health Service in Australia, shows that at 12 months following the repair surgery, patients experienced a statistically significant reduction in all pre-existent symptoms including pelvic discomfort, backache, urinary incontinence and voiding difficulty.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Joan Rivers, EN at Hunter New England Health Service, has won a 2011 Pride of Australia Medal.
In Hunter New England, the former community health services in Hunter Health and New England Area Health are being merged into the Hunter New England Health Primary and Community Networks.