4 million was invested in the National Health Service Corps in 2012 to support more doctors and nurses and increase access to primary care.
What does NHS stand for?
NHS stands for National Health Service (UK)
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We have 199 other meanings of NHS in our Acronym Attic
- Normal Heart Rate Variability
- Nance-Horan Syndrome
- Nanuet High School (Nanuet, NY)
- Napa High School (California)
- Naples High School (Naples, Florida, USA)
- Nashua High School (Nashua, NH, USA)
- National Handicapped Sports
- National Hardware Sales (Canada)
- National Hardware Show
- National Healthcare Staffing
- National Highway System
- National Historic Seaport (Baltimore, MD)
- National Historic Site
- National Honor Society
- National Household Survey (various organizations)
- National Humane Society
- Natural Heritage Services (Finland)
- Natural History Society (various locations)
- Natural Human Serum
Samples in periodicals archive:
The National Health Service Corps in February awarded $9.
AS THE National Health Service is poised to celebrate its 63rd birthday tomorrow, campaigners are stepping up their bid to save it.
WNA member Kristin Baird, RN, MHA (Waukesha District #16) has been appointed to serve on the National Advisory Council on the National Health Service Corps in Washington, DC.
Perhaps the most gripping moment comes when Moore shows Tony Benn unrepentantly reading aloud from the famous 1948 pamphlet that crisply outlined what the new National Health Service was going to provide.
077345733X How the British National Health Service deals with diversity; professional problems, patient problems.
BULLETIN BOARD: MQPH) a specialist in medical pressure relieving equipment is pleased to announce its appointment for the next three years as a preferred supplier to the UK National Health Service (NHS).
NYSE:BAX) has announced that its European subsidiary has received a contract from the National Health Service (NHS) in the United Kingdom to produce a stockpile of two million doses of candidate H5N1 influenza vaccine based on an avian strain.