Public Health Service, Office of the Surgeon General.
What does OSG stand for?
OSG stands for Office of the Surgeon General (HHS - PHS)
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com/prnh/20100720/CG37991LOGO) According to the Office of the Surgeon General, about two-thirds of American adults are overweight and the numbers continue to rise.
History In November 2009, the Army Veterinary Command (VETCOM) engaged the Behavioral Health Division of the Office of The Surgeon General (OTSG) in discussion concerning the growing interest in animal-assisted activities, and the numerous initiatives throughout the Army that involved use of dogs.
Romano, PhD RN, BC, NEA, FAAN, acting chief of staff, Office of the Surgeon General and chief nurse officer, U.
The intratheater data were collected by word-of-mouth survey of military nephrologists and other physicians who had provided RRT, at the request of the Nephrology Consultant, Army Office of the Surgeon General, as part of a process of health care delivery assessment.
We are recommending the existing Chief Nurse Officer of the United States Public Health Services become a full-time position within the Office of the Surgeon General and that this position be titled the "National Nurse.
Attendees included career management officers from the Total Army Personnel Command (now called the Army Human Resources Command-Alexandria [AHRC-A]; AOC-specific consultants to the Surgeon General; regional medical command (RMC) chiefs of administration, clinical services, and nursing; and human resources subject-matter experts from the Army's Office of The Surgeon General (OTSG) and MEDCOM headquarters.
Visit the Office of Medical History, Office of the Surgeon General, for an enthralling chronology of the Surgeons General of the US Army and Their Predecessors http://history.