The three other finalists on the same category along with Doha Festival City were Marina Mall -- Doha, Copenhagen Designer Outlets -- Denmark and National Heart Centre -- Singapore.
What does NHC stand for?
NHC stands for National Heart Centre (Singapore)
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- New Hampshire Businesses for Social Responsibility
- No Hats Beyond This Point (Men Without Hats album)
- National Healthy Bones Week (Australia)
- No Holds Barred Wrestling
- National Hispanic Business Women Association (Orange County, CA)
- N-Heterocyclic Carbene
- National Healing Corporation (Boca Raton, FL)
- National Health Council
- National Healthcare Corporation
- National Hearing Center (Social Security Administration)
- National Homebrew Competition
- National Hosting Center
- National Housing Commission
- National Housing Conference
- National Humanities Center (North Carolina)
- National Hurricane Center
- National Hurricane Conference
- National Hyperbaric Centre (Aberdeen, Scotland)
- Natural Hazards Center (University of Colorado)
- Naval Health Clinic
Samples in periodicals archive:
Nigerian newspaper Punch reported Ndife was suffering heart problems for two weeks before being admitted to the Shahid Gangalal National Heart Centre, Bansbari.
With cardiovascular disease being one of the leading causes of death today, new devices that help in early detection can play a key role in preventing future heart-related complications," said Associate Professor Tan Ru San, Senior Consultant, Department of Cardiology and Director, Clinical Trials, National Heart Centre Singapore.
Dateline: Singapore ) The National Heart Centre Singapore (NHCS) has introduced state-of-the-art artificial hearts that can improve and prolong the life of patients with end-stage heart failure, a statement said.
1970: An experimental pacemaker was fitted to a 56-year-old woman at the National Heart Centre in London.
It was written by Rouget de Lisle in 1792 1914 Paramount Pictures was established 1920 Nellie Melba made the first advertised wireless broadcast 1945 Blackouts ended in Britain 1970 An experimental pacemaker was fitted to a 56-year-old woman at the National Heart Centre in London 1992 MPs gave themselves a 40 per cent raise on their expense accounts 1996 A decree nisi was issued for the divorce of the Prince and Princess of Wales 1997 Gianni Versace was gunned down outside his Miami home.
1970: An experimental pacemaker was fittted to a 56-year-old woman at the National Heart Centre in London.
12, 2003 Biosensors International today presented positive preliminary results for its Challenge(TM) everolimus eluting coronary stent at the 12th annual Singapore LIVE interventional cardiology course, sponsored by National Heart Centre Singapore.