For Ellen Dempsey, a Foreign Service health practitioner with the Office of Medical Services, "a big light bulb went off" when she realized she has time to make adjustment that will best to meet her needs.
What does FSHP stand for?
FSHP stands for Foreign Service Health Practitioner (US Interest Section)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of FSHP
We have 6 other meanings of FSHP in our Acronym Attic
- Facioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy
- Food Science and Human Nutrition
- Functional State of the Human Organism
- Fearlessly Seeking Honest Open Disclosure (blog)
- Fellow of the Society of Homeopaths
- Fairly Secure Hashed Password
- Fire Stone Home Products (Minnesota)
- First State Heritage Park (est. 2004; Dover, DE)
- Florida Scenic Highways Program
- Florida Society of Health-System Pharmacists
- Frequency-agile Solid-state HF Power Amplifier and Coupler
- Florida Society of Hospital Physician Executives (Orlando, Florida)
- Forum for State Health Policy Leadership (US; National Conference of State Legislatures)
- Field Search Headquarters (SES, Australia)
- Fighter Sector Headquarters (Australia)
- Follicle-Stimulating Hormone Receptor
- Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
- Free-Standing Hybrid Riser (oil and gas drilling)
- Friesian Sport Horse Registry
- Florida Society for Healthcare Risk Management (Orlando, Florida)
Samples in periodicals archive:
5, 2011): Titled "Cuban healthcare: Aqui Nada es Facil", nothing here is easy, the cable offers a withering assessment by the nurse, officially a Foreign Service Health Practitioner, or FSHP, who already had lived in Cuba for 2-1/2 years.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] "This is the sort of communication we need to better protect our American population and be prepared in an emergency," said Patricia Baxer, the embassy's Foreign Service health practitioner.
The author, a Foreign Service health practitioner, is deputy chief of Medical Clearances.
This gives you and the RMO or Foreign Service health practitioner the opportunity to discuss your condition and ensure optimal care is available.
The author, a Foreign Service health practitioner, is Continuing Medical Education Program director in the Office of Medical Services.
The author is a Foreign Service health practitioner in the Office of Medical Services.
MED's health care providers in Washington and overseas include regional medical officers, Foreign Service health practitioners and regional medical officer/psychiatrists.