It is reportedly the largest volunteer organization in America, and through its support of medical care and research at the Hadassah Medical Organization in Jerusalem, it helps people worldwide.
What does HMO stand for?
HMO stands for Hadassah Medical Organization (Israel)
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We have 78 other meanings of HMO in our Acronym Attic
- Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital (Valenica, California)
- Healthcare Marketing Network Organization
- Human Remains
- Houston Museum of Natural Science
- Hypothetical Maximum Number of Stripes
- Hospital Municipal Nossa Senhora Aparecida (Portugese; Hospital Municipal Nossa Senhora Aparecida)
- Hrvatski Muzej Naivne Umjetnosti (Croatian Museum of Naive Art)
- Helmet-Mounted Night Vision
- Her Majesty's New Zealand Ship
- Habitat Module Outfitting
- Hand Money Over
- Hazardous Materials Operation(s)
- Healing Music Organization
- Health Maintenance Organization
- Health Management Organization
- Healthcare Maintenance Organization
- Hear Me Out (chat)
- Heavy Machine Operator
- Hermanus Magnetic Observatory
- Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico - General Ignacio Pesqueira Garcia (Airport Code)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Borick Natural Medicine Research Center at the Hadassah Medical Organization in Jerusalem.
Hadasit, the technology transfer company of Hadassah Medical Organization in Jerusalem, Harvard Medical School (HMS) and Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH), a teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School, have announced an equally owned joint scientific venture to develop a new orally administered therapeutic treatment for autoimmune diseases.
It was in this vein that Hadassah leaders like Irma Lindheim explained the organization's focus on social welfare as an almost inevitable extension of women's domestic concerns to the world outside the home: The Hadassah Medical Organization had, for its starting point, the deceptively simple premise that good health, for her family, and her community, is every woman's job.
Four Saint Louis University faculty members--two from the School of Nursing and two from the Center for the Study of Bioterrorism in the School of Public Health--traveled to the Hadassah Medical Organization in Israel last October to learn what Israeli health care professionals do after a terror attack.
Henrietta Szold's Hadassah Medical Organization became a formidable presence in Palestine after World War One when it sent nurses and doctors to establish medical facilities in the country.
Researchers from the department of cardiothoracic surgery at the Hadassah Medical Organization, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, evaluated 82 patients with renal impairment, defined as a creatinine level of 1.