The most gratifying thing I have accomplished as a dental hygienist is: working for the Texas Department of Health.
What does TDH stand for?
TDH stands for Texas Department of Health
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We have 48 other meanings of TDH in our Acronym Attic
- Takagami Design House (Portland, OR)
- Tall Dark and Handsome
- Teaching Duty Hours
- Team Dark Heart (gaming clan)
- Team Deadly Hertz
- Team Double Helix (gaming clan)
- Telecommunications Distribution Hub
- Telephonics Dynamic Headphone (audiology)
- Tennessee Department of Health
- Terre des Hommes (Swiss child relief foundation)
- The Dear Hunter (band)
- The Deathly Hallow (Harry Potter)
- The Dented Helmet (Star Wars costuming website)
- The Devil Himself (band)
- The Dirty Hordes (World of Warcraft guild)
- The Dreadful Hours (My Dying Bride album)
- Thermostable Direct Hemolysin (genetics)
- Tie Dye Hero (band)
- Time, Distance, and Heading
- Time-Dependent Hartree Theory
Samples in periodicals archive:
Scotty" as he was called, began work as a sanitarian in 1947 at the Texas Department of Health.
Hanson, chief of the bureau of communicable disease control at the Texas Department of Health, Austin, said, "We should come up with options for when serologic testing might be appropriate.
The network links universities with rural hospitals, public school systems, the Texas Department of Health and regional public health districts.
The Texas legislature is considering a measure to direct the Texas Department of Health to develop voluntary indoor air quality (IAQ) guidelines for publicly owned or leased buildings, which would assist in recognizing potential dangers to public health and selecting remediation.
On 23 October 1995, one male adult bat (VR5 8673) was submitted to the Zoonosis Control Division of the Texas Department of Health (TDH) for rabies testing.
Dutton, director of the Office of Border Health in the Texas Department of Health in Austin, long lines of idling trucks at border crossings, particularly in the city of Laredo, which is the busiest overland port in the world, are leading to concerns about diesel emissions, which the EPA suspects may be carcinogenic.