DCH

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AcronymDefinition
DCHDepartment of Community Health
DCHDiploma in Child Health
DCHData Channel
DCHDirect Connect Hub
DCHDual Channel
DCHDouglas County Hospital (Minnesota)
DCHDedicated Channel
DCHDetachable Carry Handle
DCHDefend Council Housing (UK)
DCHDaughters of Charity Health (California)
DCHDil Chahta Hai (movie)
DCHDhaka Community Hospital (Bangladesh)
DCHDorset County Hospital (UK)
DCHData Clearing House
DCHDoctor of Champions
DCHDoctorate in Clinical Hypnotherapy
DCHDirect Containment Heating
DCHDruid City Hospital (Tuscaloosa, AL)
DCHDirect Contact Heat
DCHDedicated Transport Channel
DCHDiploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy (education)
DCHD-Channel Handler
DCHDaily Chronic Headache
DCHDansk Civile Hundeførerforening (Danish: Danish Civilian Dog Handler Association)
DCHDigital Correlation Hologram
DCHDistrict Chaplain
DCHDigital Calvin and Hobbes (also seen as DCAH; website)
DCHDonaldina Cameron House (San Francisco, CA; est. 1874)
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The dorset renal service currently provides haemodialysis from 2 acute hospital sites operated and staffed by dorset county hospital and satellite units in poole, Yeovil and bournemouth operated and staffed by alternative providers alongside an expanding home haemodialysis service.
Unions and nurses - whose startby ing pay is PS21,000 a year - say the 25 per cent hike at Dorset county hospital is "totally unacceptable".
They included the PS9,800 claimed by Rob McEwan, who previously worked at Dorset County Hospital as chief operating officer.
The casualty was taken to Dorset County Hospital," the ambulance trust said.
OK, it wasn't a new car, but I never dreamed I'd be able to buy a second-hand car so quickly," smiles Sophie, who has been working at the Dorset County Hospital in Dorchester since she left school.
13bnwor PSAnd a protest movement is resisting the sell-off of pathology service by Dorset County Hospital Foundation Trust.
Yet Mr Julian, who served in the army in the Korean War and is currently a governor at Dorset County Hospital, insists that the Prison Service was the envy of the world at the time of the escape.
Fuller persuaded Tom, who was a design engineer, to create the prototype for the Blephasteam goggles that were then used in clinical trials at Dorset County Hospital, in Dorchester (where Fuller is consultant ophthalmic surgeon).
He graduated from the University of Central England with a Degree in business information technology and worked for a year as a junior development analyst at the Dorset County hospital in Dorchester.
A coastguard helicopter arrived within five minutes but efforts to revive him failed and he was pronounced dead after being flown to Dorset County Hospital in Dorchester.
A 25-year-old woman who was the only passenger in the plane was taken by the Dorset police helicopter to the Dorset County Hospital in Dorchester suffering non-life threatening injuries.
He was airlifted to Dorset County Hospital in Dorchester where he was pronounced dead.