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health centre

(in Britain) premises, owned by a local authority, providing health care for the local community and usually housing a group practice, nursing staff, a child-health clinic, X-ray facilities, etc.
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Esperanza received four awards totaling $155,241, which is the third largest level of funding to be provided to any of the 38 health centers in Illinois selected by HRSA.
The Ministry of Health called all the directors of the medical districts and primary health centers to implement the circulation in all the centers to ensure the availability of health services for the UAE nationals and residents during the holy month of Ramadan.
The Ministry announced in a statement today that Health Centers were fully equipped with the necessary medication for treatment according to an adopted therapeutic protocol, noting that all doctors were directed to follow and deal with patients with this protocol, only sever cases are to be referred to the SMC emergency for necessary actions.
This category contains only one requirement: health centers must demonstrate and document the needs of their target population and update its service area, when appropriate.
This study aimed to identify the effectiveness and efficiency of ANC services in the two health centers (Ahfad Health Center & Dar-Elsalam Health Center).
Health centers are nonprofit providers of primary and preventive health care that serve as medical homes to a disproportionate number of the nation's low-income and uninsured patients in all 50 states.
The creation of the Arkansas Health Center Controlled Network provides Arkansas CHCs the opportunity to be on the leading edge of implementing available technologies which positively impacts the delivery of patient care and improves patient health outcomes," says Sip Mouden, CEO of Community Health Centers of Arkansas.
The funding for the Worcester clinics is part of $155 million awarded in grants to support 126 community health centers around the country, he said.
Ricketts SA and Guernsey BE School-based health centers and the decline in black teen fertility during the 1990s in Denver, Colorado, American Journal of Public Health, 2006, 96(9):1588-1592.
What makes nurse managed health centers unique in the United States health care delivery system is that oversight to all center operations is conducted by a nurse who holds an advanced degree in nursing, not in administration, finance, or some other discipline.
The Health Resources and Services Administration funds federally qualified health centers as well as rural and migrant health centers.
To help the Nation's health centers provide a greater variety of health care services to more Americans in rural and innercity areas, 149 grants totaling nearly $19 million have been awarded by HHS.