*  Burnaby Hospital - Wikipedia
Distribution services include a computerized system to provide centralized, traditional drug distribution to the acute care and ... Burnaby Hospital has since grown into a 314-bed hospital that now services the health care needs of two distinct populations ... critical care and emergency services. Burnaby Hospital is a university-affiliated hospital with the University of British ... The Burnaby Hospital Foundation is the philanthropic arm of Burnaby Hospital. The foundation was established in 1982 to raise ...
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*  Parkway East Hospital - Wikipedia
Various ancillary services such as rehabilitation therapy and imaging services are also available. Parkway East Hospital began ... Under the new management, East Shore Hospital became a general acute care hospital integrated with a medical specialist centre ... It is implemented with the intention to reduce paper wastage by having a centralized storage for patients' details and medical ... In 2014, Parkway East Hospital, together with other hospitals under the group of Parkway Hospitals, works in close partnership ...
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*  Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre - Wikipedia
As part of the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Acute Services Review, the centre is being centralised within new facilities at ... Gartnavel General Hospital, Glasgow Royal Infirmary and Stobhill Hospital) moved to a newly built Cancer Hospital, The Beatson ... With the inception of the Scottish National Health Service (NHS) in 1948, the hospital came under control of the Western Board ... The ten-bed hospital was one of the first hospitals in the world solely dedicated to the treatment of Cancer. In 1893, Dr. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beatson_West_of_Scotland_Cancer_Centre
*  Monklands Hospital - Wikipedia
The centralised services for NHS Lanarkshire at Monklands Hospital are: Ear Nose and Throat Surgery Dermatology Renal ... It forms one of three acute hospitals in NHS Lanarkshire. Monklands hospital can be described as a medium-sized general ... There are three district general hospitals in the area - Hairmyres Hospital, Monklands and Wishaw General Hospital. Each of ... Monklands was the first new hospital, that is, one which did not provide new accommodation for an existing hospital to be built ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monklands_Hospital
*  Breaking with tradition: long term care facilities have moved from sterile and foreboding to homes away from home. - Free...
As health care providers during the past decade have begun servicing a more medically acute and amenities-demanding population ... centralized nurses station and stark hospital rooms--has gained momentum. Some operators assert the changes occurred gradually ... He says prevailing hospital design in the 1970s and 1980s followed an illogical, circa-19th century rationale. "It dated back ... One offshoot was conducting the first memorial service for one of the residents. "It was prevailing practice that when someone ...
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*  American College of Cardiology - Wikipedia
These projects include the Door to Balloon (D2B) Alliance, Hospital to Home (H2H) and Imaging in FOCUS. Launched in November ... The College is governed by a small, centralized Board that is strategically focused on the ACC's mission to transform ... Clinical data standards developed include those for acute coronary syndrome, atrial fibrillation, heart failure and ... which was renamed ACC Accreditation Services. More about ACC's history is available at www.acc.org/about-acc/our-history. Past ...
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*  St Crispin's Hospital - Wikipedia
The grounds to the south of the hospital farm was developed for mental handicap services during the early 1970s and was to be ... Unlike at Macclesfield, the acute and infirmary blocks were united, but still bore a similar form. To either end were located ... Some facilities, particularly the laundry, were centralised and expanded at St Crispin. A social club for staff was sited close ... Following World War II, ownership of the site passed to the National Health Service and the hospital, then known as St Crispin ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Crispin's_Hospital
*  Healthcare in London - Wikipedia
... acute stroke and heart attack services to be centralised in specialist units was seen as successful and was widely copied. In ... In 1993 the Tomlinson review of London hospitals was published and concluded that there were too many hospitals in central ... "National Health Service History". Retrieved 2 December 2014. Webster, Charles (1988). The Health Services Since the War. London ... They supplemented the pattern of voluntary hospitals which had developed, in the case of St Bartholomew's Hospital since 1123. ...
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*  Introduction of SARS in France, March-April, 2003 - Volume 10, Number 2-February 2004 - Emerging Infectious Disease journal -...
The index case-patient (patient A), who had worked in the French hospital of Hanoi, Vietnam, was the most probable source of ... We describe severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) in France. Patients meeting the World Health Organization definition of a ... and was cared for by the CDG medical services along with two other physicians who had worked in the French Hospital in Hanoi ... Peiris JSM, Lai ST, Poon LLM, Guan Y, Yam LYC, Lim W, Coronavirus as a possible cause of severe acute respiratory syndrome. [ ...
  https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/article/10/2/03-0351_article
*  FUJITSU Case Studies - Fujitsu United States
Listed below are a collection of our many customers documenting their experiences of Fujitsu products and services. ... It includes four acute-care hospitals, three specialty hospitals, two medical groups, and a range of other facilities and ... solves costly, cumbersome processes for balloting services Creative Scanning Solutions, Inc. (CSS) is a consulting and services ... Pinnacol Assurance for Workers' Compensation Centralizes Information and Speeds up Business Processes with Document Imaging ...
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She specialised in Paediatric Biochemistry until it was centralised at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Yorkhill. She ... In the 1960s, Stobhill provided services to Ruchill, Robroyston, Foresthall and Oakbank (the Western District Hospital) and the ... The results of these assays were applied to a wide range of acute clinical problems in all types of unit (Surgical, Medical, ... STOBHILL GENERAL HOSPITAL Stobhill Hospital had been built by the Parish Council. They agreed to acquire land in 1899 and ...
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*  UC San Diego Medical Center, Hillcrest - Wikipedia
The 390-bed hospital offers a range of primary care and specialized services and houses several regional services, including ... It specializes in acute stroke, stroke prevention, and after-stroke care. The Regional Burn Center is a level 1 pediatric and ... Clinical trials and translational research were centralized with the opening of the Altman Clinical and Translational Research ... Over the next fifteen years, the renamed University Hospital expanded its services rapidly. In 1973, the Regional Burn Center ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UC_San_Diego_Medical_Center,_Hillcrest
*  Royal Commission on the NHS Chapter 6
Although in some places it may be possible to transfer resources from the acute hospital services, in general those services ... and the national consultative committees have been constituted also ensures that central planning is not over centralised." ... school health services, and hospital paediatric services. In 1974 the reorganisation of the NHS brought all these services ... In the late 1960s a series of reports drew attention to the neglect of long stay hospital services. White Papers about services ...
  https://www.sochealth.co.uk/national-health-service/royal-commission-on-the-national-health-service-contents/royal-commission-on-the-nhs-chapter-6/
*  History of Community Psychiatric Centers - FundingUniverse
SICs: 8063 Psychiatric Hospitals; 8069 Specialty Hospitals Except Psychiatric; 8082 Home Health Care Services ... CPC used it to start the Priory Hospitals Group, which became the second-largest British provider of private acute psychiatric ... When CPC linked these hospitals it reduced operating and administrative costs by centralizing functions like finance, ... Transitional Hospitals had grown to 14 hospitals in ten states, while Priory Hospitals Group had 15 hospitals in Britain. The ...
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*  Mental health - Wikipedia
In various parts of the country, in mental health service settings, social workers were employed-in 1956 at a mental hospital ... The need to establish hospitals became more acute, first to treat and manage Englishmen and Indian 'sepoys' (military men) ... Lack of a centralized council in tie-up with Schools of Social Work also makes a decline in promotion for the scope of social ... U.S. Public Health Service (1999). "Overview of Mental Health Services". Mental Health: A Report of the Surgeon General. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mental_clarity
*  History of hospitals - Wikipedia
History of Britain's Hospitals (2005) excerpt and text search Cherry, Stephen. Medical Services and the Hospital in Britain, ... Within the hospitals, acute cases were increasingly treated alone, and separate departments were set up for different ... was required for the licensing of all medical professions creating a uniform and centralized system of licensing. This law also ... Part of the state budget also went towards maintaining hospitals. While the services of the hospital were free for all citizens ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_hospitals
*  Variations in Practice and Outcomes in the Canadian NICU Network: 1996-1997 | Articles | Pediatrics
24 Tertiary level NICU and perinatal services are mostly located at university-affiliated teaching hospitals in major cities ... Score for Neonatal Acute Physiology • SNAP-II = Score for Neonatal Acute Physiology-Version II • NTISS = Neonatal Therapeutic ... Centralized transport systems are coordinated either by regional tertiary level institutions or through a single provincial ... Participating Hospitals. Participating hospitals (Table 1) represent all geographic regions of Canada. Children's Hospital of ...
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*  Health Sector Initiatives for Disaster Risk Management in Ethiopia: A Narrative Review
Primary hospital aimed to serve from 60,000 to 100, 000 people. Health center provides health service to 25, 000 people, and ... According to this survey, prevalence of global acute malnutrition was 9.8% (95% CI 7.1-12.5), prevalence of severe acute ... The health care system of Ethiopia has been modified over time from curative focused approach and highly centralized to more ... Basing on limited available evidence, there is no triage system in the emergency departments; and there is no out-of hospital ...
  http://pubmedcentralcanada.ca/pmcc/articles/PMC3972256/?lang=en-ca
*  History of Colorado MEDtech, Inc. - FundingUniverse
CMED developed the filter jointly with Vencor Inc., a Louisville, Kentucky Fortune 500 operator of acute-care hospitals and ... CMED) is a leading full-service provider of advanced medical products and comprehensive outsourcing services. CMED operates ... centralized manufacturing, and improved research and development resources. The challenge not only was to ensure that the ... software services, and medical imaging products and services. As a result of this effort, CMED phased out two business ...
  http://www.fundinguniverse.com/company-histories/colorado-medtech-inc-history/
*  Rehabilitation facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles about Rehabilitation
Rehabilitation services are provided in a variety of settings including clinical and office practices, hospitals, skilled-care ... In some states probation is centralized and thus is a state function; in most states, however, probation is decentralized and ... Inpatient rehabilitation can take place on the acute care unit (medical or surgical) or on specialized geriatric rehabilitation ... Quality of treatment services. Several problems plague efforts to provide effective treatment services to offenders. First, the ...
  https://www.encyclopedia.com/medicine/divisions-diagnostics-and-procedures/medicine/rehabilitation
*  Jefferson Davis - Wikipedia
Jefferson Davis Hospital began operations in 1924 and was the first centralized municipal hospital to treat indigent patients ... Davis's renewed service in the Senate was interrupted in early 1858 by an illness that began as a severe cold and which ... Davis finally received medical care as two doctors came aboard further south and diagnosed acute bronchitis complicated by ... "Old Jeff Davis Hospital gets Long-term Protection". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved July 13, 2014. "Jeff Davis Hospital, several ...
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*  Medicine | Urgent Care Advisors
... especially the non-acute services. This is having a huge impact on the way hospital deliver their services and bringing a whole ... Primary care has numerous levels of competition focusing on their business model but recently the creation of centralized ... All but acute services can and are being provided for in less expensive settings than hospitals, which is the most expensive ... Insurance payers have historically overpaid for acute care services that require a hospital environment; the most expensive of ...
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*  Country Profile - Belgium
These reforms have been implemented at the same time in acute hospitals, institutions for ongoing care or chronic hospitals, ... Norms for accrediation of emergency services, MES services (Medical Emer-gency Services), and intensive care units will be ... A law was passed allowing for debts to be centralized with one particular judge who can impose a plan for debt relief and who ... a) general hospitals :. - general hospitals,. - general hospitals with a university character,. - university hospitals. - ...
  http://www.un.org/esa/earthsummit/belg-cp.htm
*  Research, Human: Historical Aspects | Encyclopedia.com
The Public Health Service Guidelines Governing Research Involving Human Subjects. Monograph no.10. Washington, D.C.: Program of ... most of them inmates in mental hospitals and orphan asylums and patients in public hospitals. Before administering luetin to ... They were, however, likely to be willing subjects since they were in acute distress or danger and the research had therapeutic ... The fact that authority was centralized in these two agencies, which were at once subordinate to Congress and superordinate to ...
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*  Finding the Source: The Coming Freshwater Crisis is Already Here | Water Scarcity | Water Resources
"Most rivers in the world are polluted." (1999). Washington DC: Inter-Press Service Wire Service. ... In Luzon, the four major basins (Bicol, Magat, Pampanga, and Agno) are in critical condition due to acute soil erosion and ... Second, there is a "heavy dependence on centralized administration to develop, operate and maintain water systems." In many ... 1,500 people were brought to overflowing hospitals and clinics in Zamboanga City after drinking water contaminated with rota ...
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