JHH

AcronymDefinition
JHHJohns Hopkins Hospital
JHHJournal of Human Hypertension
JHHJewish Home and Hospital
JHHJet Hangar Hobbies (Hawaiian Gardens, CA)
JHHJohn Hubbard Hall (University of Southern California)
JHHJackson Hole Holdings (Florida)
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Once each patient can perform a sit to stand transfer the Berg Balance Scale will be implemented and will be assessed one week after initial assessment and within 3 days of their discharge from JHH.
JHH also streamlined management, making the 15-minute meeting a norm, and doing away with secretaries and an administrative partner.
JHH is a non-profit geriatric and rehabilitation institution providing long-term care, sub-acute care and rehabilitation services at campuses in Manhattan, the Bronx and Westchester.
With Jim Hawse as its president, JHH Motorcars Inc.
JHH operates three skilled nursing facilities--one each in Manhattan, the Bronx, and Westchester County.
Although JHH has been better than average in retaining staff (see "Keys to Retaining Staff: The Jewish Home & Hospital Experience," May 2000, p.
Professor JHH Weiler will mark the event by giving a public lecture entitled Paved with Good Intentions: A Constitution for Europe at the Old College Hall.
Ten years ago, JHH had a clinical information system vision in need of a system to support it.
JHH has been at the forefront of serving seniors since 1848.
With 1,051 licensed beds, JHH is the largest hospital in the state of Maryland (main campus located in Baltimore).
MiKaela Olsen, MS, RN, AOCNS : Oncology and Hematology Clinical Nurse Specialist, Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center, JHH, Baltimore, and adjunct faculty for Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing and University Of Maryland School Of Nursing.
The staffing report by Kerry Rodgers RN, an acknowledged expert on ACORN standards, found shortfalls in every category of nursing throughout the operating theatre complex, which includes theatres at JHH and Royal Newcastle Centre.