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The deputy medical officer of health, Cardiff, Dr W Anderson, said, "Although supplies of the smallpox vaccine are short, we have some for the essential contacts, but not for the public.
Tenders are invited for electrical installation work for the office of the chief medical officer of health, diamond harbour, in the dist.
Canterbury DHB Medical Officer of Health Alistair Humphrey was interviewed on TV One's Breakfast television show and warned people to get rid of old bags of carrots and lettuce since they are linked with the stomach bug.
The film recounts the little-known story of Dr James Niven, Manchester's medical officer of health for 30 years, and his heroic efforts to combat a second wave of fatal influenza as it spread across the city and the rest of the UK.
Reader, Johnny Cohen, suggests it is replaced by one like the extremely prominent notice at 54 Rodney Street honouring the first medical officer of health, Dr WH Duncan.
One such example is allowing NPs to directly notify the Medical Officer of Health of an outbreak of an infectious disease, without having to go through a doctor," Annals said.
As the first medical officer of health, in the 1830s Dr William Henry Duncan, of Liverpool, worked to improve sanitation and relieve the appalling conditions of the working class.
Associate Medical Officer of Health for the Sudbury and District Health Unit, Vera Etches says pandemic planning can pay huge dividends for businesses and their suppliers down the road.