I encourage people to stay united," agreed Jim Roberts of the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board.
What does IHB stand for?
IHB stands for Indian Health Board
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 28 other meanings of IHB in our Acronym Attic
- International Hide & Allied Trades Improvement Society
- Integrated Holistic Approach Urban Development Project (Ethiopia)
- Illinois Heart and Vascular (cardiology)
- Inactivated Hepatitis A Vaccine
- International Hate and Violence Education Foundation
- In-Home Audiovideo Specialist (Bodley & Associates, Inc.)
- I Have A Warlord
- Improved Homing All the Way Killer
- I Hate Boys
- In Het Bijzonder (Dutch)
- Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad
- Indiana Historical Bureau
- Industrialized Housing and Buildings (Texas)
- International Hospital of Bahrain
- International Hydrographic Bureau
- Introduction to the Human Body
- Irvine Housing Blog (Orange County, CA)
- It's Happy Bunny (Jim Benton novelty character)
- International Hot Boat Association
- Irish Home Builders Association (Ireland)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Southcentral Foundation's Family Wellness Warriors Initiative was one of 12 recipients of the National Indian Health Board Regional/Area Impact Award.
That's not true, and it's also short-sighted," says Jim Crouch, executive director of the California Rural Indian Health Board, which operates 11 tribal health programs that provide health services to some 63,000 people in rural California.
Among the significant conventions that have chosen Saint Paul are the National Indian Health Board, National Association of Secretaries of State, and the Association of Science-Technology.
Medical assistance and referral are facilitated by close ties with the Seattle Indian Health Board.
RANDALL, MPH, RN, is a maternal and child health epidemiologist for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board at the Northwest Tribal Epidemiology Center in Portland, Ore.