Malda's chief medical officer of health ( CMOH), Bidhan Mishra, said: " We have come to know about the incident.
What does CMOH stand for?
CMOH stands for Chief Medical Officer of Health (Canada)
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- Crack Mouth Opening Displacement
- Confidentiality Modes
- Center for Management and Organization Effectiveness
- Children's Museum of Evansville (Evansville, Indiana)
- Constrained Minimum Output Energy
- Centre Machines Outils France (machine tool supplier)
- Crowning Moment of Funny
- Corning Museum of Glass (New York)
- Cooperative Monterey Organic Geochemistry Study (California)
- Commercial Bancshares Inc. OH
- Compline, Midnight Office and the Hours
- Congressional Medal Of Honor
- Crowning Moment of Heartwarming
- Canadian Museum of Hindu Civilization (Canada)
- Central Massachusetts Oral Health Initiative
- Commonwealth Mobile Oral Health Services, LLC
- Congressional Medal of Honor Society (Mt. Pleasant, SC)
- le Comité Mixte des Organismes Intéressés à la Géomatique (Inter-Agency Committee on Geomatics, Canada)
- Center for Computational Modelling of Language (Denmark)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Andre Corriveau, chief medical officer of health, told the Edmonton Journal, but that they were more likely to suffer from underlying chronic health conditions that compounded its effects.
Hospitals will be on the spot to improve how they perform clinical care processes, not just to "think about their hospital like a factory model and get patients through their factory as quickly as possible," says Trent Haywood, chief medical officer of health care alliance VHA Inc.
I cannot ride rough-shod over the decision of the Assembly to get the all-clear from the Chief Medical Officer of Health for Wales.
The court has also ordered the district administration to form a medical board, led by the district chief medical officer of health ( CMOH), to carry a gender determination test on the athlete.
The last annual report of the Chief Medical Officer of Health for Wales said the higher levels of ill health, the history of heavy industry and mining, and poor socio-economic conditions in the south Wales Valleys were not sufficient to explain the levelof excess incapacity.