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What does UCCH stand for?
UCCH stands for University of Chicago Hospitals (Chicago, IL)
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We have 4 other meanings of UCCH in our Acronym Attic
- University and Colleges Christian Fellowship
- University Center for the Child and Family (Michigan)
- Upper Clearwater Community Foundation (Idaho)
- UTC Consumption Factors File
- Unemployment Compensation Coordinator for Federal Employees
- United Church of Christ Family Fellowship (est. 2001)
- University and Colleges Christian Fellowship (Ireland)
- Union County Community Forest Restoration Board
- Unified Contact Center Hosted (Cisco Systems, Inc.)
- United Church of Chapel Hill (Chapel Hill, NC)
- Union City Community High School (Indiana)
- Blaine United Church of Christ (Blaine, WA)
- Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (est. 1972)
- Union of Capital Cities of Ibero-America
- United Carpet Cleaners Institute (OH, PA, MI, KY, IN, MN, WV, VA, NY)
- United Catholic Community of India (Los Angeles, CA)
- United Concordia Companies, Inc. (dental insurance; Harrisburg, PA)
- Union of Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Albania
- Union des Chambres de Commerce et d'Industrie Françaises À l'Etranger (Union of French Chambers of Commerce Abroad)
- Union of Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Kazakhstan
Samples in periodicals archive:
Rafael Vinoly Architects is designing a new hospital pavilion for the University of Chicago Hospitals.
3E * GOVERNMENT, ASSOCIATIONS, NOT-FOR-PROFIT AWARD OF EXCELLENCE Entry: Annual Report 1990 Winner: Ray Valek, ABC University of Chicago Hospitals Chicago, Ill.
The body of Christ found in the chaplains of the University of Chicago Hospitals continue to provide a sign of God's abiding presence, even in the midst of despair.