Western Kentucky University Health Services won accreditation by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AHC).
What does UHS stand for?
UHS stands for University Health Services
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We have 106 other meanings of UHS in our Acronym Attic
- Union High School (Tulsa, OK)
- Union High School (Union, New Jersey)
- Union Höherer Schüler (Austrian Pupils Association)
- Unionville High School (Kennett Square, PA)
- Unit Home Station
- United Healthcare Services (UnitedHealth Group, Inc.)
- Universal Health Sport (Nimes, France)
- Universal Hint System (gamingy)
- Universalist Historical Society
- University for Humanistic Studies
- University High School
- University High School (Australia)
- University History Society (University of Texas)
- University Honors Scholars (various schools)
- Unlimited High Society (gaming)
- Uno High School (Manila, Phillippines)
- Urbana High School
- Urbandale High School
- User Head Space
- Utica High School (Sterling Heights, Michigan, USA)
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Biography of a Breast Jay Agarwal, Anne Vinsel, Ravinder Ahluwalia, Leigh Neumayer University Health Services 1950 Circle of Hope, Rm.
These results suggest that further investigations of student characteristics and experiences prior to contact with university health services are warranted and may be necessary to the development and implementation of programs to reduce harmful alcohol consumption.
This fair is an opportunity for all of us to discover the talents and wellness resources available to the community on campus," said the chair of university health services, professor Ghassan Hamadeh, who is also chair of the committee on university wellness which runs the wellness program at AUB.
With the help of university health services experts, Pollack has promoted and planned the inaugural meeting, which will take place this Monday.
I have been in medical practice for more than 40 years--the last 27 at the University Health Services of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and as the director of the health services at Amherst College, practicing predominantly adolescent medicine.
The problem is indeed serious, agrees Ralph Manchester, director of University health services at the University of Rochester in New York.